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Julian Friers 23h
Great shame - the Great Auk. Once a common bird of the North Atlantic it was driven to extinction in the mid nineteenth century. ‘Great Auks by Fairhead on the Northern Irish coast’. Oil on canvas.
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Julian Friers Nov 23
Giant Irish Deer. Oil on canvas. A stag might have stood at over two metres at the shoulder. They roamed Ireland until around ten thousand years ago - probably well after humans first arrived here.
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J Galliano Nov 24
prevent the of these amazing creatures! is what makes our planet rich 💚🌏 to the 🦏
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NHM Oology Nov 23
Comparison between a standard domestic chicken egg and the largest eggs known - an extinct Elephant bird (Aepyornis) egg from Madagascar. At nearly 8kg the Elephant bird egg was probably around 130 times heavier than the chicken egg!
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Thomas Giles Babb Nov 23
with so many pubs in your constituency, please back campaign & ask 4 better specific support for pubs & hospitality to save us from
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Rachel Toll Nov 22
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Treehugger Animals Nov 24
This new primate species was just discovered -- and already faces
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IUCN Nov 25
Governments must take measures to save species at the highest risk of and tackle key threats that are driving population declines. Read more about what can be done to halt species decline
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For The Kids Etc Etc Nov 23
The Great Debate: (OFFICIAL) - (Part 2/2) via - "Mass level event"
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Michelle Bastian Nov 23
This looks like a wonderful way to explore issues around and Lost Species Day 2020 online gathering – O N C A 27-29 November
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Extinction Rebellion UK 🌍 Nov 28
Rebels, this promises to be an amazing event - hosted by & & featuring a stunning line up of writers, ecologists & activists speaking out for species on the verge of . This Monday, 7pm, details below 👇
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Faunalytics Nov 29
Check out this op-ed by Lori Marino of , who brings attention to the individual pain, suffering, and loss that is often overlooked when we focus on species-wide .
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Lost Species Day Nov 22
5 days until the launch of this year’s discussing connections between species and racism: talks, film screening and live rituals for the .
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This Is Not A Drill 1h
💔😔 this must stop!
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Keith Fry 19h
Replying to @ExtinctionR
Their future is in our hands. We can't let them slip away. We've already lost too many.
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KNOT (Toolangi) Nov 22
Replying to @sussanley @smh
Logging Koala habitat continues in Victoria. This area near Narbethong shows (at least) 3. The adjoining area contains 20 greater gliders! They are coming back after the 2009 fires only to have their habitat logged.
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World Association Zoos & Aquariums Nov 24
Prague Zoo () recently welcomed the birth of a Sumatran orangutan 🦧 With only around 14,000 Sumatran orangutans left in the wild, the species is incredibly vulnerable to .
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Emily Dempster Nov 25
How many species are at risk of extinction? The study link below found that geographically rare species are most likely to be on the IUCN but unlikely to be in a protected area.
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IUCN NL Nov 30
Did you know that more than 32,000 species are threatened with ? Today, on , we raise awareness for that. Our helps increase the habitat of many of these threatened species. Read more
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Back from the Brink Nov 27
We'll be attending and live tweeting during this event. It's free - so sign up! It will be fascinating, unsettling and inspiring all-in-one. Follow us during the event and find out about how we're saving England's most endangered species from through
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