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Endangered Species, Recently Declared Extinct, and Next On The List

 
RedlicoriceRedux
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They have been declared over the past decade. Very sad.

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According to Conservation International...

At least 15 species have gone extinct over the past few decades. The real extinction figure is believed to be much higher, however, due to the conservative approach used in such listings;

Thousands of animal, plant and lichen species are now considered at risk of extinction;

One in three amphibians (32%) and almost half (42%) of turtles and tortoises are now known to be threatened with extinction, along with one in eight birds (12%) and one in four mammals (23%);

There are major gaps in our knowledge of threatened species, and many species-rich groups have been poorly assessed;

The numbers of threatened species are increasing across almost all major taxonomic groups;

Continental species extinctions have become as common as extinctions on islands, which are typically more ecologically fragile, and

Current extinction rates are at least one hundred to a thousand times higher than background, or "natural" rates.
Here are some species, including plants and insects, which are already considered to be extinct in the wild and could completely disappear in 2012:

[link to news.discovery.com]
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One picture is worth alot of text. Tasmanian devil (from link above)

:tumor:

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Introduction to the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE)

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We will see many more exctinctions as mankind continues to overpopulate, pollute and destroy nature. This is only the beginning and if we don't change our ways there will be nothing left to consume.
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Next on the list may be the human race.
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I know the vids get longer and longer...why is that?

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JESUS FUCK! I nearly had a heart attack because of that snail, molluscophobia really is the worst kind of phobia to have.

Anyways, in the words of the great Sir Elton, it's the circle of bloody life. Things die out and only effeminate weaklings whimper because of it.
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What a relief, I thought for a minute Obama had succeeded in to eliminating the American middle class.
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What a relief, I thought for a minute Obama had succeeded in to eliminating the American middle class.
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Watch the vid, it's coming.
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One picture is worth alot of text. Tasmanian devil (from link above)

:tumor:
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too_sad
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Maple trees — fundamental to Ontario forests — are facing a double threat from climate change and Asian longhorned beetles, an invasive species coming up from New York state, Miller said.

If the beetles take hold within five or six years, the maples will be "in trouble within a decade," he said. The impact of climate change is a still a few decades away.

[link to www.winnipegfreepress.com]

gasp
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What about the fake Polar Bear threatened bullshit to support the global warming scam?
Alaska is trying to get them taken off the endangered list in court because their numbers are getting out of control lmao
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What about the fake Polar Bear threatened bullshit to support the global warming scam?
Alaska is trying to get them taken off the endangered list in court because their numbers are getting out of control lmao
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Or are they coming into settlements looking for food? Who is counting them (GIS?)?
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EcoJustice taking Canadian Goverment to court to force them to protect endangered species; the health of our environment is not on their agenda; they consider this an emergency situation.

Excerpt EcoJustice:
In the wake of our landmark killer whale win last week, we’ve turned our focus to another species in dire need of help: Canada’s endangered Sage-grouse.


[link to www.ecojustice.ca]


Here are the numbers to date and expected decline-to-extinction if nothing is done:

There are only 19 males in Alberta and only 42 males left in Sask. due to the oil/gas industries pervasive pollution. They expect the Sage Grouse to completely disappear in Alberta by next year, and in Sask. in 10 years.

Read more: [link to www.calgaryherald.com]

Here's a pic of this beautiful bird:

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Here is the top 10 endangered list for 2012; read it and weep.

[link to www.allaboutwildlife.com]
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Ivory-billed woodpecker:

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Extinct species outnumber living ones by a factor of perhaps a thousand to one.

1:1000 ! ! !
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Oh no, the Ontario snapping turtle - doom on.

The ancient, armoured snapping turtle is on Canada’s endangered species list — yet it is legally hunted in Ontario.

Though poachers, road kills, human persecution, habitat destruction, nest predation and pollution are other threats that raise questions about the sharp-beaked beast’s future, it is the lawful preying on snapping turtles that has rallied a group to push for change.

This week, Orillia MPP Garfield Dunlop plans to present a ban-the-hunt petition organized by Friends of the Snapping Turtle (FROST) with more than 10,000 signatures at Queen’s Park.

[link to www.thestar.com]



I dunno, I just pick them up - in my experience they are not able to reach their head behind them at any great length.

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Old turtle.



Vid. (can't post it???)



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Oh no, the Ontario snapping turtle - doom on.

The ancient, armoured snapping turtle is on Canada’s endangered species list — yet it is legally hunted in Ontario.

Though poachers, road kills, human persecution, habitat destruction, nest predation and pollution are other threats that raise questions about the sharp-beaked beast’s future, it is the lawful preying on snapping turtles that has rallied a group to push for change.

This week, Orillia MPP Garfield Dunlop plans to present a ban-the-hunt petition organized by Friends of the Snapping Turtle (FROST) with more than 10,000 signatures at Queen’s Park.

[link to www.thestar.com]



I dunno, I just pick them up - in my experience they are not able to reach their head behind them at any great length.
 Quoting: RedlicoriceRedux


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goodf night cant stay awake
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goodf night cant stay awake
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Goodnite, and don't let the snapping turtles bite.
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They have been declared over the past decade. Very sad.
 Quoting: RedlicoriceRedux


A sad, but natural reality of universal life and evolution friend (whether through natural or human conditional events and interactions). Don't worry though...as everything gets re-used and recycled (again and again) throughout infinite
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This die off is not evolution by any stretch of the imagination.
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02/18/2012 10:24 AM
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its called evolution people!!! 100's of new species are discovered all the time. Species totally unknown to man.

the left uses this sort of nonsense to tug on your heart strings so your willing to be a mouth piece for their propaganda and open your wallets. I am extremely cynical of any information coming from the halls of the great fakers. They thrive on rich peoples money such as Theresa Heinz... so the more outlandish and heart wrenching they make things sound the more checks are written.

They lost me years ago... learned too much about these so called specialists
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This die off is not evolution by any stretch of the imagination.
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Depends on what or how you judge evolution to be friend. But whether we humans or external (natural) environment conditions are changing to either effect, make life difficult or unsustainable for other organic species..it is still part of the evolutionary process of life (whether we like it accept it or not. As ironnically, evolution has very little do with our deluded notions of technical progress, advancement or development..more to do with natural (conditional) organic viability to continue to adapt and survive (which of course under current conditions is sadly not always possible for some flora and fauna).

Personally I love nature, but realise it is not always easy or sustainable for all thing to exist here on Earth...and also find it funny that humans are very selective about what organisms they want to keep around and what they are actively trying to get rid of and destroy.

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