Being given that decaying corpses will stop emitting digestive metane, but would release huge amount of methane during their decaying process, I was wondering if this could be considered among the Climate change feedback loops?
To illustrate this, let's just say that scenarii for year 2050 include possibility that population (and livestock) would collapse in a decade. We may have something like 200'000'000 tons mammals decaying in a 5-10 years span... This is not even a quarter on below image, but already so many methane released at once!
Edit: I am not looking for existing signs, I am thinking of the effect of billions of mammals death on the greenhouse effect caused by the consequent huge methane release.
(copied from https://media.treehugger.com, credits XKCD)