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The reasons why people choose to live in the cities are that all the services are closer and easier of access than if your home is somewhere in the middle of a field with your nearest neighbor living at ten minutes by car. However, this easy access comes with a price; with that many people all living in a certain area, environmental problems were bound to happen.

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              Elizabeth Palermo argues in her article "King Crabs Arrive in Antarctic, with Claws Out for Biodiversity" that king crabs could be invading the whole seafloor of Antarctica due to climate change. She states that these crustaceans do live all over the globe, especially in the Alaskan coast. However, it was only discovered recently by scientists that they had advanced to the cold seawaters of Antarctica. According to the studies, the king crabs could throw the ecosystem into disorder.

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If the occurrence of a calamitous event killed billions of people, how would the overall population be affected? Minimally, suggests the study published by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. In the article entitled “Population control ‘will not solve environment issues,’” Matt McGrath addresses the unproductivity of restricting population growth in order to help sustain the environment in the short-term.

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