If there weren't Vegetarians would there be too many plants for life on Earth?
- Pearl LLv 72 months agoBest Answer
there might be too many
- Anonymous2 months ago
Vegetarians are going to wipe out the plant life on Earth.
- CottonLocketsLv 62 months ago
No, because the Amazon loggers won't stop. So the rainforests would still burn.
Besides, more plant biomass is consumed by herbivorous animals than humans.
- InLv 62 months ago
Maybe, but if it weren't for carnivores there would be too many vegetarians.
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- 2 months ago
Vegetarians don't do much to affect the rate of plant growth on Earth.
And this is why vegetarians should be eating a lot more algae and seaweed. If every vegetarian just ate 5 kilograms of algae each day, in a few years we could make climate change much more effective.