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Insect Armageddon (or end of the world)


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#1 Offline Kingjay - Posted January 12 2018 - 12:24 PM

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https://mobile.nytim...ecosystem-.htmlHello to everyone good morning or good night to all of you.I have not been in this forum for a long time but it's nice to meet all of you guys or girls.I just want to say that the insects are dying out.As this article has said that if insects die out then it will be the end of the world.For centuries humans have taken for granted that bugs are basically the staple of civilization/world.Humans have put poison/chemicals in the soil or spray outside which kills bugs.Now i am not syating stop killing bugs you can kill as many as you want but at least breed them.They Pollinate plants and provide food to mammals,reptiles,bird and many more things I just want to ask you the people of this forum to help the insect make a recovery by breeding them even though some many of us from this forum keep ants or other bugs/insects.Thank you for taking the time to read this and have a good day or have a goodnight.




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