Could eating meat speed-up worldwide species extinction?

Could eating meat speed-up worldwide species extinction?

Virginia Morell

Science Magazine

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Diets rich in beef and other red meat can be bad for a person’s health. And the practice is equally bad for Earth’s biodiversity, according to a team of scientists who have fingered human carnivory—and its impact on land use—as the single biggest threat to much of the world’s flora and fauna.

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