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A recent report by the World Wildlife Fund presents us with a stark reminder of the impact that humans are experiencing on earth, with statistics repugnant enough to make your heart sink. For a relatively good right time, Natural News has reported on the decline of marine lifestyle along the West Coast and other areas, highlighting the risks of overfishing, the use of harmful pesticides and the results from environmental pollution caused by human beings. The 2014 Living Planet Report provides us with a bleak summary of those outcomes. WWF measured more than 10,000 populations of over 3,000 different species across the globe, including mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish, of all that have declined by a shocking 52 percent since 1970, according to the record.