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  • kiltman
    +5

    In a world where many don't even care for human lives, what chance do insects have?

  • funhonestdude
    +4

    All of our cleaning products, fracking, and Monsanto poisons ends up in the grass lakes streams ground. Of course we are killing the planet.

  • iamsanchez
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    How does this compare to bird populations? Animal birth rates run in cycles. If there's been a peak in bird pops, this could partly explain the downturn in bug pops.

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