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General News    H4'ed 10/28/16

WWF: Two-thirds of the world's animals could be gone

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By 2020, global wildlife populations could drop by as much as two-thirds as a result of human activity, according to a new report from the WWF. Indeed, the report suggests the period in which humans have been the dominant species on Earth could be viewed as the world's sixth mass extinction event.

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