A new report has blamed mankind’s overuse of natural resources for a 60% fall in the global wildlife population in less than 50 years. The conservation charity WWF said most classes of animals had suffered from unbridled consumption, which has triggered a mass extinction
suddenly becomes much lower; declines
The number of wild animals has plummeted over the last fifty years.
The boys jumped off the rock and plummeted into the sea.
Dinosaurs were wiped out long before humans walked the Earth.
Debate continues as to whether climate change will wipe out human civilisation.
fast and uncontrolled
Some people have blamed runaway consumption for the loss of wildlife.
This government aims to deal with runaway inflation.
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