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Humanity has wiped out 60% of animal populations since 1970, report finds

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The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has reported that humans have lost 60 percent of the animals for 44 years on Earth.

Humanity has wiped out 60% of animal populations since 1970
Humanity has wiped out 60% of animal populations since 1970






Sixty percent of the population of mammals, reptiles, fish and birds, according to the report, which was co-authored by 59 scientists, has decreased because of the unfairness of nature.

The report also referred to a previous study of 16,704 animals from more than 4,000 species of amphibians, mammals, birds and reptiles, resulting in a 60 percent decline between 1970 and 2014.




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The report warned that the continuation of this natural disaster will threaten the end of human civilization.

The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) emphasized this loss to natural areas, intensive agriculture, mining activities and urban development, all of which cause deforestation, land degradation and misuse of land.


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As Mike Barrett pointed out in the report, the IMF official said: "We are taking unsteady steps towards the abyss. If humanity were to decline in 60 percent of its numbers, this would lead to the vacuum of the continents of North and South America, Africa, Europe and Australia,

He stressed that many scientists are now convinced that we entered the sixth "global extinction" witnessed by the planet.

"If we see a decline in 60 percent of the population, this means that the continents of North and South America, Africa, Europe and Australia, as well as China, are completely out of the population. What our hands have done is equivalent to that," said fund official Mike Barrett.

Barrett stressed scientists' view of this stage as the sixth "global extinction" seen by the planet.

"The conservation of nature does not mean protecting the tigers, pandas and whales we love. The issue is much broader. There is no healthy and prosperous future for a planet whose environment has been degraded, its oceans have been depleted, its land has been depleted, its forests have been emptied, and its planet is simply depleted," said Marco Lambertini. Of its biological diversity. "

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