Noise pollution threatening biodiversity
Noise pollution is threatening the survival of more than 100 different species, interfering with the way they communicate and search for food, scientists have discovered.The meta-study by Queen's University Belfast also found that man-made noise has an impact on bird migration, potentially harming ecosystems. The research sheds light on consequences for birds, fish, m
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