Plummeting insect numbers 'threaten collapse of nature'

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  1. Machiavelli

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    Won’t the BBQ melt them?
     
  2. KS55

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    Apart from the fact that yourr food chaln depends on them.
     
  3. Machiavelli

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    Them fucking celebrities in the jungle need to slow down.
     
  4. Scottyboi

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    Like any mammal a time comes when we need culling, a world war normally sorts it out abit. I don't want to fight in it mind.
     
  5. gordondaviesmoustache

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    It’ll take more than a world war, mate - unless that was a nuclear war - in which case it’s not just humans that will be culled.
     
  6. denislawsbackheel

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    I don’t believe this.
    There are still vast tracts of planet earth not touched by us because the terrain is unsuitable, inhospitable or lacks resources we want.
    The insect life there isn't threatened.
     
  7. Manchester_lalala

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    What a load of shit.
     
  8. Blue Hefner

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    It is the findings of a 13 year study.
    You think they have made their findings up?
    Where do you think all the variety of insects are hiding? You have to ask where is inhospitable and how many different types of insects live there. Siberia, Gobi Desert?
     
  9. Blue Mist

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    Oh so it is not good enough for humans but you expect insects to live there ! Why should insects be forced to live in an inhospitable place just because it suits you ? I bet you vote UKIP.


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  10. denislawsbackheel

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    Try Scotland north of Inverness, Dartmoor, the Yorkshire moors, and most of the Lake District.
    You don’t have to go far.
    Now extrapolate that to every other country.
     

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