All Domesticated Animals' Life
Expectancies Expected to Be Halfed By 2050

Aug. 22, 2016

Studying how pets are being affected by the the new technologies
that are affecting the environment. And they have come to a stunning conclusion.

They have found that, since the rate of our technology evolving is drastically faster
than these animals can adapt, the life expectancies of these animals might drop to
up to half their current amount by the year 2050. Other reasons for this potentiel drop might
include the large human population crowding neighborhoods.

It's a shame that the animals will have to adapt fast, or they'll die off, says
a member of the research group who conducted the study.

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