The food webs supporting land mammals have shrunk by more than half.

Over the last 130,000 years, food web connections around terrestrial animals have shrunk by more than half.

Food webs are collapsing all around the world due to the extinction of animals.

According to a new study published Thursday in the journal Science that was peer-reviewed.

Ecosystems rely on food webs because they shape ecosystem function, characterise species interactions.

Enable more species to coexist via population control.

Human population growth most certainly contributed to the breakdown of regional food webs due to the severing of trophic linkages. 

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