Examples of overpopulation in a Sentence
He is studying the problem of deer overpopulation.
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Spielberg’s new blockbuster is adapted from Ernest Cline’s 2011 novel of the same name, which imagines a near-future in which overpopulation and climate change have turned America into a bleak dystopia.
The 1960s overpopulation scare made sense, assuming that society would not find more productive ways to farm.
Alabama has struggled with overpopulation in its prison system for decades.
Here are three questions that face the region on prisoner overpopulation: Where should defendants await trial?
Due to extreme overpopulation and limited shelter space, roughly 670,000 dogs are euthanized each year, according to the SPCA.
Many will cheer this development, pointing to overpopulation and the stress put on the environment.
What remains a problem and concern are low rates of spaying and neutering that produce an overpopulation of unwanted pets, said Marks.
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.
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First Known Use of overpopulation
OVERPOPULATION Defined for English Language Learners
: a situation in which too many people or animals live in a certain area
OVERPOPULATION Defined for Kids
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