The World Lost Two-Thirds Of Its Wildlife In 50 Years


The World Wide Fund for Nature formally, the World Wildlife Fund warns. In the last 50 years, human activity has led to over a two thirds decrease in wildlife populations, with no sign of slowing its A frightening reports. The organization says the wildlife population around the world is in a catastrophic decline of free fall is how the organization's chief executive describes it, and many species are in danger of becoming extinct. In the last 50 years, populations have fallen by two thirds. This is due to a loss of habitat lands used by wildlife. Growing smaller and smaller. Poaching is also a problem and the loss of wildlife could have other ramifications, disrupting critical

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