Entries in #endangeredspecies (6)

Monday
May152017

Vaquita: The Next Big  Extinction?

The vaquita (Phocoena sinus) is a member of the porpoise family and are native only to the Upper Gulf of California. There numbers have significantly decreased over the past 2 decades, making them the most endangered cetacean in the world...

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Wednesday
May102017

The Malta Migration  Massacre

The annual spring bird hunt in Malta is one of the greatest ornithological injustices in modern times, with thousands of birds indiscriminately shot out of the sky year after year.

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Wednesday
Apr192017

QUIZ: Which Wild Canine Are  You?

Safe to say mans'-best-friend has lost their wild side but their roots can be traced and even seen today in the world's wild canines. Take our quiz to find out which wild canine you would be:

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Thursday
Mar302017

Should We De-Extinct  Animals?

Imagine a world with woolly mammoths roaming in the wild, a world where history’s creatures come to life. It’s a surreal picture but it could all come true within our lifetime. Many are trying to bring back earths lost animals but how ethical is this really?

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Monday
Mar062017

5 Endangered  Butterflies

The essence of nature. Butterflies are known to have been on the earth for at least 50 million years. This doesn’t mean they aren’t in danger as many butterflies face the risk of extinction all over the world. 56 species are in decline in Britain and Ireland alone.

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Monday
Feb202017

Top 5 Unique Rainforest  Species

Rainforests are the earth’s oldest living ecosystems. Although they take up just 6% of the earth’s surface, half of the world’s plant and animal species live in them. With such high levels of biodiversity, many wonderfully unique creatures have been discovered. Here are five of the best!

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