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How GMOs Effects the Environment?

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😱So are genetically modified foods ruining our environment? Well, in various ways! There are many dangerous effects of GMOs on the environment. 

😲While we receive these genetically modified foods at our grocery store chains the real effect is not as much on our health as it is on the health of the environment as this is where it all begins. 

🤔Changing the natural system of crops growing is dangerous towards the natural cycle the environment relies on and once this is destroyed it is almost unmanageable to rectify which means it will rely on the recreation of genetically modified plants to reproduce.

🤫The use of genetically modified crops has some very negative impacts on organisms, soils, and water ecosystems.

😐People use of herbicides is strongly implemented into our soils in the process of creating GMOs. In its turn, it reduces the diversity of the agricultural systems which can lead to limited habitat and limited food resources for various animals. 

🍃It has led to massive declines in many species of animals which play crucial roles in the food chain and the entire ecosystem of the animal world.

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