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Katherine Mullin May 27
My first session last night was really fun - the kid is definitely a future - planning to build a to bring back all the species. Lets hope she represents the of !
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Thoughts, mine and others: misha May 28
(extinct) Equis: Quagga Quagga Sub species of plains Zebra through ruthless hunting and even "planned extermination" 🖤🖤🖤 Quagga wild grass eating animal considered competitors for goats sheep etc .. extinct animals 💞
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Thoughts, mine and others: misha May 26
When the Species Human stops searching for 📚📚📚 they become ‼️... misha 💞
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John R. Platt May 29
A Lost Leech and a Call to Protect the Bloodsuckers
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Bruce Collins 21h
rule must be destroyed. If we fail, our , and finally our , will become !!
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Garima Katyal May 29
And need 2 preserve this heritage & keep them safe 4m becoming or .Devastating effects of loss of forest covers & of these species r evident
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borneoartifact.com May 23
STEGODON MASTODON as heavy and hard as rock, can age anything from 12 000 to 30 000 years or more. Wikipedia: Stegodon is a genus of the extinct subfamily Stegodontinaeorder Proboscidea.
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Mike Saccone May 28
Critical context from & Pat Ford on the challenges facing & the responsibility we have to help: "We, Idahoans, Northwesterners, & Americans have the opportunity to make sure … that they don't go ."
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Paul Noël Writer, Environmentalist, #ClimateCrisis May 26
Humans will eventually go because of the sheer stupidity and ignorance of too many of their individuals.
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BIG MAVERICK May 30
Replying to @DBestseventy2
Don't understand it myself!! Just don't listen to the pro hun stations & their rating will drop!
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Tony Robles May 28
If you don't wash your hands, you too will be extinct.🧴👐
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Jon Knowles May 23
long before , many used seeds of for ? That may be why the became a symbol for . Worth its weight in silver, drank infusions of it so much it became .
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Can'tSleepWon'tSleep May 25
footage of this marsupial restored A 21second newsreel clip featuring the last known images of the extinct Thylacine, filmed in 1935, has been digitised in 4K
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Eric Clive van Gils 6h
Will humans go extinct? Probably, but we will likely be here for a long time still.
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NEPrimateConservancy 7h
The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) recently released a “new” clip of Benjamin, the last thylacine or Tasmanian tiger, that became extinct in 1936, following Benjamin’s death.
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Peggy Sue Craig 14h
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H2O Brat May 25
It has been a while since I have seen one fly over. Thought they might have become . ✈️ 😉
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Zero Calorie May 28
If I had the power to change the world, humans would precede the dinosaur era. We are so heartless. We do not value the lives of our own kind. needs no evil
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Paul Noël Writer, Environmentalist, #ClimateCrisis May 23
We risk pushing the planet into a configuration that is not habitable for humans and from which it will probably takes tens of millennia to return to a configuration that we can live in by which time we may be .
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Drew Hird May 29
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