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  • The world has lost over a quarter (27 percent) of its terrestrial insects - ants, bees, butterflies, crickets, fireflies, over the past 30 years. At the same time, populations of aquatic insects such as seahorses and mosquitoes are increasing, the Associated Press and Reuters report, citing a large-scale international study published in the journal. Sayons.
    Insects are down 27% in 30 years
    2020-04-25 00:55:18
    The world has lost over a quarter (27 percent) of its terrestrial insects - ants, bees, butterflies, crickets, fireflies, over the past 30 years. At the same time, populations of aquatic insects such as seahorses and mosquitoes are increasing, the Associated Press and Reuters report, citing a large-scale international study published in the journal. Sayons.
  • The fates of humans and insects are interconnected, scientists say, and warn that the huge decline in populations of some insects are just the “tip of the iceberg,” reported in. The Guardian.
    Scientists: The fate of humanity is linked to that of insects
    2020-03-04 21:15:31
    The fates of humans and insects are interconnected, scientists say, and warn that the huge decline in populations of some insects are just the “tip of the iceberg,” reported in. The Guardian.
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