Overpopulation.


Our Definition:
Overpopulation is a condition when a species numbers exceeds the amount of organisms a certain environment can hold. This can lead to many problems for the species including a massive loss of population or even extinction. Too many in one area can deplete an area's resources and cause problems for many other species.

Dictionary.com Definition:
To fill with an excessive number of people, straining available resources and facilities.

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