In most instances it's "natural selection" in nature.
Those animals who can't or don't adapt to changes in their environment are doomed.
If man had been on the planet during the dinosaur age they would have tried to keep them from going extinct. Clearly it was not meant for them to survive.
Because they taste nice, or look pretty on someone's wall, or because some dick head thinks he'l get a hard on from their horns/tusks powdered up etc....Mainly because mankind see's profit & greed etc, before beauty & nature....My dream is to one day go on safari, before there's nothing left to see.
by Wesman Todd Shaw 2 years ago
Do you support De-extinction efforts?Reviving an extinct species of animal is a controversial topic on many levels. There are loads of issues involved, and the more one thinks of it, the more issues one can imagine.The science is not there yet, but it is being worked on, and furiously. Do you think...
by Cynthia 6 years ago
Why do you think there are increasing instances of "mass killings"?In generations past there were "mass murders" or "massacres", of course, but over the past 20 years there seem to be several incidents each year in the US in particular. Do you have theories you...
by chasemillis 6 years ago
What college did you do to and WHY is it awesome?I go to TAMU, and it.is.awesome.period.
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