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Humans are driving animals and plants to the edge. But are we really heading into a mass extinction?

By Michael Hannah, Associate Professor, Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington
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While current extinction rates remain lower than during previous mass extinction events, the number of species under threat of dying out is growing, reflecting the true scale of loss.

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