Light pollution found to disrupt natural balance between insects and predators, impacting ecosystem health

(Natural News) Researchers in Germany have discovered that artificial light at night (ALAN) such as streetlights situated near waterways can disrupt the surrounding ecosystems by attracting flying insects towards the light, resulting in scattered resources for the predatory community living beneath the lights. This could have lasting implications on the ecosystems’ biodiversity. Artificial night-time lighting is increasing…

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