Humans and livestock make 94% of mammal biomass

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A research done at the Weitzmann institute calculated mammals’ biomass to show the quick growth of human impact on the planet. Livestock such as cows, chickens, pigs, etc. are 630 million tonnes of biomass, humans are 390 million tonnes, while wildlife mammals are only 60 million tonnes.

 

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