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Animals likely to go extinct this century?
Topic Started: Apr 5 2012, 09:28 AM (1,993 Views)
Madmustelid
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What are some animals you think are likely to go extinct this century?
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cidermaster
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Javan Rhino
Sumatran Tiger
Amur Tiger
Human Beings,with a bit of luck.
Jehova's Witnesses
Nazis,hopefully
Crap Pop music fans,need 10 miracles for that!
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ManEater
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And nicolas Sarkozy

thanks natura .


More seriously i hope the less , but big animals are fisrt on the list i am afraid .
Edited by ManEater, Apr 5 2012, 08:53 PM.
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Apex
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kiwis and other small flightless birds lonesome george amur leopards many insects
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Wyvax
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Black and Asian Rhino species.
Siberian Tiger.
A LOT of amphibians.
Tropical birds and rodents.
An unknown but large amount of invertebrates.
Unadaptable island species including lizards, birds, bats, and the tuataras, (an entire order of reptiles lost).  :'(
Edited by Wyvax, Apr 6 2012, 06:02 AM.
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bitisgabonica
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first the invertebrates should be detected to be conserved and i think that any newly discovered species by scientists should be kept secret by the respective area government(ex amazon area by brazil). i think that the information can be disclosed when the species attains a good population.after that its the governments job to conserve them!
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Mesopredator
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Difficult to say.
I am only confident in what animals will survive.
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Claudiu Constantin Nicolaescu
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Humans, if they keep on with wars, pollution and wildlife destruction.
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Satya
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Thanks to awareness and technology, no animal will extinct in near future.

Of-course their population may decline and we can re-wild zoo species if necessary!
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Taipan
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A megaherbivore could be the Northern White Rhino: (Ceratotherium simum cottoni)

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^ Apparently there are only 3 left in captivity, and it is thought to be extinct in the wild. You can thank poachers and those countries who still believe in 'traditional medicine'. :angry:
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Satya
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Feb 13 2018, 07:34 PM
A megaherbivore could be the Northern White Rhino: (Ceratotherium simum cottoni)

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^ Apparently there are only 3 left in captivity, and it is thought to be extinct in the wild. You can thank poachers and those countries who still believe in 'traditional medicine'. :angry:
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Is it broadly 5 types of Rhino subspecies!!

WTF Northern White!! ... What next Southern White, Eastern White ,Western White ,North east and so on.

Media and various NGO's for funds cheating gullible public. lol
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Thalassophoneus
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The Vaquita. So much effort and advertisement for a sea pen to save the Vaquitas and in the end the sea pen is THIS!

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And of course there are tons of people who say that they don't want Vaquitas in a sea pen cause captivity is evil and they think that "if they are meant to go extinct humans shouldn't interfere".
Edited by Thalassophoneus, Feb 13 2018, 09:50 PM.
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Ntwadumela
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Feb 13 2018, 07:48 PM
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Is it broadly 5 types of Rhino subspecies!!

WTF Northern White!! ... What next Southern White, Eastern White ,Western White ,North east and so on.

Media and various NGO's for funds cheating gullible public. lol
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You're on great forum to to increase your knowledge, I suggest you take advantage of it.
Edited by Ntwadumela, Feb 14 2018, 12:53 AM.
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K9 Bite
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Hard to say....not sure whos is more endangered at the moment but sadly I feel AWDS and Dholes have pretty grave numbers right now.
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Come on people we can help save these animals for future generations!!!
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