A Majority Of The World's Largest Animals Could Be Extinct By 2100
A team of conservation biologists highlighted the risk for large animals and the effects on the ecosystem.By Ryan Biek | August 2, 2016
A majority of the world's largest animals could be extinct by 2100.
Researchers say roughly 60 percent of large carnivores and herbivores are currently at risk.
The situation is especially alarming in sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia.