Examples of overpopulation in a Sentence
He is studying the problem of deer overpopulation.
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The satire explores how overpopulation and rising inflation could lead people to make drastic decisions in order to live lush lives.
But critics in other countries would ask why, with all its problems of poverty and overpopulation, of malnutrition and poor health and illiteracy, India should be spending millions of rupees to go into space.
Today’s Left might not openly espouse such misanthropic theories, but the insistence that overpopulation will destroy the earth is very much with us.
Priorities for Rigby include the county's schools and mitigating overpopulation in classrooms.
Acclaimed physicist Stephen Hawking recently said humans eventually will have to leave Earth to avoid the disastrous effects of climate change, overpopulation and nuclear war.
NG: Worrying about evil AI robots today is a lot like worrying about overpopulation on the planet Mars.
Despite the overpopulation in Schumann’s reputedly muddy orchestration, Mr. Salonen elicited a crisp, lively and appealing performance.
Chillingly, no one knows why the powerful Maya empire — heralded for its writing, architect, art, calendar and science — suddenly vanished after 900 A.D. (overpopulation, drought and warfare may have played a role).
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Definition of overpopulation for English Language Learners
: a situation in which too many people or animals live in a certain area
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