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Americans eat more meat than any other population in the world; about one-sixth of the total, though we’re less than one-twentieth of the population.
Originally posted by hadriana
C-sections. My son has a big head-can't find hats to fit. He was a pop up baby-he never even dropped to birth canal. We would have died without c-section.
The team also found that some species, such as calcifying algae, benefited from increased CO2 up to a point—and then quickly began to die.
"It's a scenario where the predator is getting stronger and the prey is getting weaker. The [clams] may not be able to sustain their populations and ultimately the predators will also be adversely impacted when the prey populations crash."
More than 90% of human exposure is through food, mainly meat and dairy products, fish and shellfish. Many national authorities have programmes in place to monitor the food supply.
Originally posted by H1ght3chHippie
Maybe you're misinterpreting the meaning of the increase in head size.
I mean if the intellect of a creature grew exponentially with the size of its head, a hippo should be a genius compared to a crow, but it's the other way round.