Humans Wiped Out Two-Thirds of the World’s Wildlife in 50 Years

Humans Wiped Out Two-Thirds of the World’s Wildlife in 50 Years

The study analyzed population sizes of 4,392 monitored species of mammals, fish, birds, reptiles, and amphibians from 1970 to 2016, reports Karin Brulliard for the Washington Post. It found that populations in Latin America and the Caribbean fared the worst, with a staggering 94 percent decline in population. All told, the drastic species decline tracked in this study “signal a fundamentally broken relationship between humans and the natural world,” the WWF notes in a release.

The net effect will be Earth’s sixth mass extinction event, as described here:

MASS EXTINCTION

It is preventable if humanity would take action to stop it.

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