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The world could lose two-thirds of its wild animals by 2020. The populations of fish, birds, mammals, amphibians and reptiles worldwide has declined by 58% The 80,000 species in Canada, from polar bears to caribou to narwhals are facing threats to their survival Those frightening facts are outlined in the World Wildlife Foundations Canada 2017 Living Planet Report released Tuesday. And it is frightening for us all. The WWF looked at data from 1970 to 2014 for 903 wildlife species in Canada and found half were in decline and of those in decline they found an average decline of 83 per cent. Base on that rate the WWF says the world could lose two-thirds of its wild animals by 2020 Canada already has over 600 plants and animal species at…

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