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Human beings are ruining pets. Cenk Uygur and also John Iadarola, hosts of The Young Turks, go over. Inform us just what you think in the comment area below.

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" The number of wild pets in the world has actually halved in the previous 40 years, inning accordance with a new evaluation. Creatures across land, rivers and the seas are being decimated as human beings kill them for food in unsustainable numbers, while contaminating or destroying their habitats, the study by researchers at WWF and the Zoological Culture of London discovered.

" If half the pets died in London zoo following week it would certainly be front page news," stated Professor Ken Norris, ZSL's director of science. "But that is taking place in the outdoors. This damages is not inescapable however an effect of the way we choose to live." He claimed nature, which supplies food and also clean water as well as air, was crucial for human wellness.

" We have shed one half of the animal population and understanding this is driven by human consumption, this is clearly a contact us to arms as well as we need to act now," claimed Mike Barratt, supervisor of science as well as policy at WWF. He stated more of the Earth must be secured from development and deforestation, while food and energy needed to be produced sustainably." *.

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43 comments

  1. Posted by C B, at Reply

    I’m afraid by the time I’m an old man the Earth will resemble the Earth of Blade Runner 2049

    • Posted by David Ross, at Reply

      C B Mad Max.

    • Posted by Shining Star, at Reply

      C B tears in rain

  2. Posted by Jimmy Talbot, at Reply

    On the other hand, orang-utans are thriving – especially in the White House.

    • Posted by Airborne Gibbon, at Reply

      Not witty.

    • Posted by Jimmy Talbot, at Reply

      I wasn’t trying to be witty.  It’s a reference to the special orang-utan preserve that, well known conservationists, Eric and Donald Trump Jr. recently opened behind the west wing.  They still kill other animals though, because they have small penises and are two of the vilest humans walking the planet.

    • Posted by Robyn Andrews, at Reply

      Very witty lol. 👌 😂

  3. Posted by Boneo_The_ Muso, at Reply

    Most issues come back to the same conclusion……….. Greed Suck’s

  4. Posted by edi, at Reply

    Don’t worry, we won’t run out of pigeons, rats, cockroaches and humans…

    • Posted by Aaron Rodarte, at Reply

      Just over use our resources to the point that we have wars over drinking water. Something like the australian rabbits, snow shoe hares, and deer in yellow stone.

  5. Posted by Callandor, at Reply

    Fuhrer Trump will herald the Age of Soylent Green my friends. Destroying the Alaskan Wildlife Refuge, fantastic start!

  6. Posted by Hearsheyboi *, at Reply

    Destroying the only planet we have for the sake of short term gains, nice job humans 👍🏾

  7. Posted by Antoinette Orozco, at Reply

    Animals are innocent

    • Posted by Spoooder min loves Dolan Trump, at Reply

      and tasty

    • Posted by kid willow, at Reply

      lol no.

  8. Posted by Mya Mi, at Reply

    accepting $20 million from a democrat party donor won’t bring the wildlife back.

    • Posted by Denis Shillingford, at Reply

      Mya Mi okay what does that got to do with the issue❓ oh I know the issue ain’t the issue the issue is that you are a republican self-appointed operative on tyt 😄

  9. Posted by Terrie Smith, at Reply

    Humans need to lose HALF it’s population, otherwise, nothing will change. Humans need to stop popping out so many babies. I see families with 10, 12, kids. Wtf. Who needs that many kids in one family.

    I see it in Asian countries such as the Philippines(12 kids),…i see it in the UK (16 kids), the USA (19 kids), the Middle East (30 kids, multiple wives) i see it in Africa (a single mum had 14 kids), I see it everywhere, it’s WORLDWIDE.

    We (humans) need population control.

    • Posted by Listenbuddy1, at Reply

      That’s crazy lib-talk. The planet can EASILY handle twice the number of people. Look at night shots from space and note all the dark areas.

    • Posted by Bam Westy, at Reply

      We can currently support a global population of 10 billion. Instead we feed most of our crops to farm animals who later yield far less than originally given.

      Overpopulation isn’t the issue it’s resource distribution

    • Posted by Airborne Gibbon, at Reply

      White Western countries are below ‘replacement rate.’
      Low IQ Third World countries average like 8 children.

    • Posted by Joe Scirrotto, at Reply

      Terrie Smith or just let people decide how many kids they can handle and let them have that many, plus there are people that don’t want to abort unplanned pregnancies but still want sex

    • Posted by TheTheddi, at Reply

      +Terrie Smith That’s not the problem. The problem is that people live too long. A much better way of population control is to encourage voluntary suicide for old people to make place for new people.
      A lower birthrate alone won’t help, because the retirement system would collapse and young people, which are declining, have to work more and more to care for the increasing number of old people.

  10. Posted by Richard, at Reply

    Cenk, it’s not about “preserving the past”, its about preserving ecosystem function and intactness because ultimately our survival depends on it. Aside from that, we are turning this planet into a dull, depressing concrete mess. Losing wildlife and access to natural places has mental health and quality of life costs as well.

    • Posted by Maxwell Apton, at Reply

      It’s a shame we can’t figure out how to integrate a modern urban life without harming the environment. Renewable energy, using sustainable biodegradable products.

      PS: I know this was a gaffe, but I’m always reminded of the George W. Bush line, “I know the human being and fish can coexist peacefully.”
      It’s goofy—but there is truth in it.

  11. Posted by Terri­Beth Reed, at Reply

    The documentary your talking about is “How Wolves Change The Course Of Rivers”! You can watch it on YouTube. It’s an amazing documentary. When they reintroduced wolves to Yellowstone they had a profound effect on Yellowstones entire ecosystems. Every ecosystem from trees, grasslands, fishing, hunting everything came back to their natural, beautiful existance. It’s amazing how one apex predator had such a prolific effect on all of nature in Yellowstone & just how important they are to Yellowstone. Please take the time to watch this amazing documentary!

  12. Posted by Jonathan A. Carley, at Reply

    The next extinction event is the human race

    • Posted by Men With Aprons, at Reply

      If you are not aware, we are in the middle of the 6th mass extinction. We are on the precipice of whether or not humans will be among the victims.

    • Posted by Jonathan A. Carley, at Reply

      Men With Aprons agreed

  13. Posted by Bernice Panders, at Reply

    💔 RED PANDA 💔 RED PANDA 💔 RED PANDA 💔 RED PANDA 💔 Red pandas have been my fav animal since I saw one at the zoo as a toddler. Sadly, they’ve also been endangered for decades. I’ve had a bad feeling most my life that by the time I’m dead we will only see most animals in zoos…

  14. Posted by siegfried greding, at Reply

    This is what you get with capitalism. We must push for Marxism until we can get to a resource-based economy. And allow personal property but eliminate private property

    • Posted by Men With Aprons, at Reply

      He is just trolling.

    • Posted by nein nein, at Reply

      siegfried greding You genocidal maniac. This has been occurring since humans began existing in civilizations, and the only real way to achieve marxism is genocide, and an authoritarian government.

    • Posted by siegfried greding, at Reply

      nein nein the only way you get capitalism is genocide and mass murder and subjugation of the people which is what we got. Marxism does not have a high head system it’s a Cooperative system with experts yes but not Authority. Mini dictatorial government claim to be Marxist and socialist to give themselves legitimacy cuz it sounded nice but they never were. The Soviet Union never was a true Marxist Nor was China and why the because the means of production was not in the hands of the people.

    • Posted by nein nein, at Reply

      siegfried greding False. Free trade and private ownership exist irrelevant of genocide occurring.

      No one is going to run a country that way. The most realistic way to enact communism is still genocide.

    • Posted by siegfried greding, at Reply

      nein nein I completely disagree and that’s why I keep pushing for a direct democracy so there is no more danger for us. you give a few people the power they’re going to do what’s in their best interest you give the people the power they’re going to do what’s in their best interest. Something comes up for a vote actual solidified experts come around talk about it on panels you have people that are hired and depend on the public and the public interest to determine what is being said is true and false and then the people have to educate themselves on the subject if they want the privilege to vote on the subject and then they vote. But I can see you’ve already made up your mind on the subject so there’s nothing more to say

  15. Posted by mocki rangne, at Reply

    this makes me so sad.

  16. Posted by Dallas Smith, at Reply

    Yet one more orangutan has materialized inside the white house.

  17. Posted by Lemonie Lala, at Reply

    Never in the history of humanity has there been more food just thrown away. That is a giant contributor to the overfishing and the resources plowed into food production.
    I urge you all to wTch Ladt Week Tonight’s story on food waste….

  18. Posted by Misheard Metal, at Reply

    The new Fallout game will take place in real life, can’t wait.

  19. Posted by Rachel Thompson, at Reply

    I have been paying attention to this and much more. Add it up and it means we are on a rail to or own extinction. Humans are of nature and not above it. We are now on the brink of our own end and there is no stopping it. We are profoundly in trouble as a species and given our collective nature there can only be one end result.

    • Posted by Nonya Bidness, at Reply

      Rachel Thompson as one smart man said, mother nature tries to start plagues from time to time but we dont let her do her job. Only the strong will survive which aligns with what we need. Most of the human race shouldnt exist in the first place so this will not be the extinction but the equilibrium that we desperately need.

  20. Posted by Rachel Thompson, at Reply

    too little way too late, we as a species will not survive.