FunNature & Animal60% of the world's wildlife has been lost since...

60% of the world's wildlife has been lost since 1970

The 'World Wildlife Fund' released its Living Planet Report on October 30. The study tracked 16,704 populations of 4,005 species of vertebrates on Earth from 1970 to 2014. The WWF said the main factors in the global decline of the species are: overexploitation of wild populations and habitat destruction . "It is time for us to realize that a healthy and sustainable future for all is only possible on a planet where nature thrives and forests, oceans and rivers are teeming with biodiversity and life," said Marco Lambertini, WWF CEO. International.

The study also predicts that climate change will cause population declines in areas where humans have not directly caused habitat loss. Protecting forests, wetlands, and coastal areas to preserve wildlife can be beneficial. These types of ecosystems store carbon and prevent it from being released into the atmosphere.

Schedules of the Valencia GP of MotoGP in Cheste and how to see it

The Cheste circuit hosts this weekend, from November 4 to 6, the 2022 MotoGP Comunitat Valenciana GP. See the schedules and all the information.

"Don't talk to me!": Danni Büchner makes a clear announcement to hated party guests

Danni Büchner is invited to Sam Dylan's Halloween party. But the "Goodbye Germany" emigrant has no desire for many other party guests. And find clear words.

King Charles III Portrait now on the first coin: Serious change to the Queen

Charles III first coins with his portrait are there. Coin lovers immediately discover two striking differences.

Unknown colourfulness

Bird Species Discovered on Islands in Indonesia

Braking was tricky

Apart from that, everything worked like a picture book for the railway world record in Switzerland