Insect Apocalypse Now?

Insect apocalypse? Not so fast, at least in North America

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In recent years, the notion of an insect apocalypse has become a hot topic in the conservation science community and has captured the public’s attention. Scientists who warn that this catastrophe is unfolding assert that arthropods – a large category of invertebrates that includes insects – are rapidly declining, perhaps signaling a general collapse of ecosystems across the world…. (continued)

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8 Comments Add yours

  1. judybarbera says:

    Cute insects and informative article…

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    1. Halbarbera says:


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  2. 𝑹𝒐𝑩𝑰𝑵 🌋 says:

    Hehehe, we’re living in an unfortunate period where multiple different potential catastrophes are unfolding at the same time 😄. There are so many things going wrong all I can do is laugh 🤦‍♂️. It’s a slow-motion apocalypse! Slow-motion for now…

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    1. 𝑹𝒐𝑩𝑰𝑵 🌋 says:

      And there will be more pandemics, and worse pandemics. The rate of these viruses being produced is scary.

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      1. Halbarbera says:

        And the rich will get richer and the poor wouldn’t survive!

        Bill Gates has been preaching the sermon of the great pandemic! Small and medium business or dying. On-line sales are up, up, away and thriving!

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    2. Halbarbera says:

      Yes! Man is doomed. Mother Nature, insects and furry animals will survive.


  3. Amy Barbera says:

    Dad what cute insect pictures and such a fun post! 🙂

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