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Insect decline could be 'catastrophic' across the globe

USATODAY.com Monday, 11 February 2019
Insect decline could be 'catastrophic' across the globeA new study reveals the number of insects around the world are declining, a decline researchers say could be “catastrophic.”
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A new study reveals the number of insects around the world are declining, a decline researchers say could be “catastrophic.”

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