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Humanity will be remembered for . . . its chickens

In 2016 alone, humans consumed almost 70 billion chickens globally. These huge numbers are part of the reason why the biomass of humans and domesticated animals, combined, now outweighs that of all wild vertebrates on earth.
Humanity will be remembered for . . . its chickens

As corals decline, a new kind of reef emerges

Conventional wisdom holds that as coral reefs die, they become underwater barrens dominated by algae. In some places that’s true — but elsewhere, they’re following a different trajectory.
As corals decline, a new kind of reef emerges

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