Examples of overpopulation in a Sentence
He is studying the problem of deer overpopulation.
Recent Examples of overpopulation from the Web
New York’s Department of Environmental Conservation says the state has an overpopulation of non-migrating Canada geese and it’s causing problems for some homeowners, farmers, golf courses and parks.
Social satire 'Downsizing,' directed by Alexander Payne and starring Matt Damon, Christoph Waltz, Hong Chau and Kristen Wiig, offers a small solution to a big overpopulation problem.
But they’re gradually dreaded by parents, doctors, teachers and other adults who must grapple with stuffed-animal overpopulation.
Australia is no stranger to the perils of animal overpopulation.
Just a few years after Outhwaite's 1937 opening, the community was expanded as demand for public housing led to overpopulation there.
For all that, nothing indicates that the newly teeming galaxy is in imminent danger of overpopulation.
Cures would be found for diseases that currently obliterated vast numbers of lives, while ingenious workarounds for overpopulation would be simultaneously devised.
Those solutions come in the form of laws and city ordinances, aimed at curbing animal overpopulation and holding pet owners responsible for their animals.
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overpopulatedplay \-ˈpäp-yə-ˌlāt-əd\ adjective
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