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  1. (CNN)A new scientific study has found "dramatic" and "alarming" declines in insect populations in areas in Germany, which researchers say could have far-reaching consequences for the ...

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  3. Insects Are In Serious Trouble

    The Atlantic19 hours ago

    Since 1989, scientists from the Entomological Society Krefeld had been collecting insects in the nature reserves and protected areas of western Germany. “But over the years, [the Krefeld ...

  4. The total number of flying insects in protected areas in Germany has dropped by over 75 percent in the past 27 years. At some points in mid-summer, the number fell by as much as 82 percent.

  5. The number of flying insects in Germany has been dropping at an "alarming" rate that could signal serious trouble for ecosystems and food chains in the future, scientists say. According ...

  6. If it seems like there are fewer squished bugs on your windshield after long journeys than in years past, you're not imagining things: Researchers say there appears to have been a steep and ...

  7. In Germany, flying insects are disappearing at a rapid rate

    PRI Public Radio International14 hours ago

    Flying insect populations dropped by more than 75 percent during the last three decades in dozens of protected areas across Germany, researchers have found. A club of mostly amateur entomologists ...

  8. Scientists warn that insects could be facing “Armageddon” after a new study found that more than 75 percent of the insect population in Germany has declined in the last two decades.

  9. The number of flying insects has plunged by more than three-quarters in 30 years, a worrying scientific study has shown. Insects are vital for the ecosystem of earth and play an ...

  10. Scientists warn that insects could be facing “Armageddon” after a new study found that more than 75 percent of the insect population in Germany has declined in the last two decades.

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