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A groundswell of research suggests insect numbers are in decline all over the world – in some places by more than 90%. The Insect Crisis explores this emergency, arguing that its consequences could rival even those of climate change. In a compelling, globe-spanning investigation, Milman speaks to scientists and entomologists to find out why these extraordinary creatures are disappearing.The Insect Crisis: The fall of the tiny empires that run the world Oliver Milman A groundswell of research suggests insect numbers are in decline all over the world – in some places by more than 90%.
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