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Global Shift To Vegan Diet Could Stop Wild Animals Disappearing By 2026, Say Environmentalists


Global Shift To Vegan Diet Could Stop Wild Animals Disappearing By 2026, Say Environmentalists


These animals could die out within a decade (Photo: Licensed from Adobe. Do not re-use without permission)Wild animals are on course to disappear by 2026, according to leading environmentalists who have branded it 'Year Zero', and say the best way to stop this is a global shift to a vegan diet.At the rate we are killing wildlife, whales, penguins, monkeys, koalas, tigers, eagles,  giraffes, and other animals will only exist in zoos within a decade, says Prevent Year Zero - a coalition of organizations which aims to stop this from happening.

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