World Wildlife Fund Alarmists Warn of 'Greatest Extinction of Species Since the End of the Dinosaur Era'

World Wildlife Fund Alarmists Warn of 'Greatest Extinction of Species Since the End of the Dinosaur Era'


The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Germany warns that more than one million species could go extinct within the next ten years in the biggest mass extinction since the dinosaurs.

In publishing its “Winners and Losers of 2021” this week, an annual report including an enumeration of animals whose existence is under threat, WWF Germany alleges that African forest elephants and thousands of other species could be obliterated from the planet in just a few years.

Along with African forest elephants, WWF asserts that the situations of “polar bears, tree frogs, cranes and fish species such as sturgeon and cod are getting worse and worse.”

Moreover, “a third of all shark and ray species have been endangered since 2021,” the report states. “Overfishing is

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