Humans are unsustainable super-predators, UVic scientists say

Humans have emerged as a unique class of “super-predators,” exploiting other animals in ways seldom seen in the natural world, according to a new report by researchers at the University of Victoria. And the combination of “wickedly efficient killing technology” and short-sighted resource management is particularly bad news for nearly every species on Earth, said lead author Chris Darimont, Hakai-Raincoast conservation scholar at UVic.

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