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Wildlife Populations On Planet Earth Have Dropped By 60% Since 1970

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Wildlife Populations On Planet Earth Have Dropped By 60% Since 1970

Wildlife Populations On Planet Earth Have Dropped By 60% Since 1970

Over the past four-and-a-half decades, humans have played a significant role in the stark decline in wildlife populations around the planet.

This is according to a chilling report published by the World Wildlife Fund this week.

The report, which is based on the Living Plant Index, found that on average, populations of mammals, birds, fish reptiles and amphibians have declined by 60 percent from 1970 to 2014.

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