Let’s get this straight, habitat loss is the number-one threat to Australia’s species

Date: 17, Oct, 2017
Author(s):   Brendan Wintle, Sarah Bekessy
Publisher: The Conversation

According to an analysis of data from the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), habitat loss is the number-one threat to biodiversity worldwide. Many more species are affected by processes such as logging and land clearing for agriculture and housing than by invasive species, disease or other threats.

Let’s get this straight, habitat loss is the number-one threat to Australia’s species