one in four mammals, one in eight birds, one in three amphibians, one in three conifers and other gymnosperms are at risk of extinction.
That's staggering!!!!!our present course will lead to the extinction of half of all plant and animal species by 2100.
Look what happens when these guys don't get fedizme said:it's only natural that it comes back to bite us all in the arse
It's all sad...that the great animals of this big blue marble will pay for us occupying this planetGabriel said:Look what happens when these guys don't get fed
Here is a Google search for species gene banks...thay are doing this with both plants and animals all over the globe. Check it out.RSM123 said:Should we be doing the same with DNA from Birds, Fish, and Mammals ?
I doubt it and hope not...I guess it depends on what decade you're talking aboutekim68 said:Will zoos end up being the only place for other animals?
We cannot have that mentality...we cannot give up...hope and determination can bring about positive changes...we are not doomed...we had a wake up call...now it's time to heed it's message and work for the futire not just the present. I say that we cannot give up...we need to fight for these things, regardless if people call us tree hugging animal lovers. Nothhing cool how being capitalistic corporate lovers is there? We don't just need corporations, we need so much more and we must as a supreme race wake up and smell the coffee before it is truly too late...people need to stand up and join the organizations that are working to protect. and even form some new ones in an effort to save us all. A premptive strike that matters..Which would be a firstpoochee said:I'm guessing yes!