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Animals That Became Extinct In Our Lifetime (17 pics)

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№1 Author: Nsibai (28 Jun 2012 00:52) Total user comments: 5694


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le 02
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№2 Author: spring87 (28 Jun 2012 01:31) Total user comments: 600


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Amazing
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№3 Author: ClabbeSwe (28 Jun 2012 01:39) Total user comments: 209


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Hmmm...
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№4 Author: Wes (28 Jun 2012 02:39) Total user comments: 438


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:( :'(
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№5 Author: TheIronSea (28 Jun 2012 05:13) Total user comments: 1015


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... Bonitos comentarios, bola de idiotas.

Da pena saber que an en nuestros tiempos maltratemos tanto a estas especies, o es peor an, no podemos salvar estas especies. 11
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№6 Author: rust (28 Jun 2012 08:07) Total user comments: 42


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this is fucking sad
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№7 Author: quackers (28 Jun 2012 12:11) Total user comments: 4830


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So So Sad 02 02 ,,.,
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№8 Author: Jinxaruny (28 Jun 2012 13:30) Total user comments: 10324


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So very sad!
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№9 Author: mahedi (28 Jun 2012 14:20) Total user comments: 10772


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Sorry for that 10
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№10 Author: Boredatwork.bill (28 Jun 2012 16:12) Total user comments: 425


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The important question is - when is it our turn?
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№11 Author: styopa (28 Jun 2012 18:13) Total user comments: 957


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Dear Everyone,
Ready? Set? COMPETE.
Love,
Mother Nature.

It's not sad at all. 99%+ of all species that have existed are dead.
That's how nature WORKS.

Also, the 'fact' about #8 is wrong; the nonsense about DDT eggshell thinning was disproven long ago by the same scientists that made the mistaken conclusion in the first place.
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№12 Author: Pilgrim (28 Jun 2012 18:49) Total user comments: 2288


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@styopa, it's called competition.. Thats how nature also works.
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№13 Author: Lu (28 Jun 2012 20:59) Total user comments: 15082


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Sad, but that seems to be the trend things are going nowadays.
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№14 Author: Hory (29 Jun 2012 01:55) Total user comments: 333


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True. It has always been a competition and almost every species have gone extinct...

BUT NOT THIS FAST!

I mean, humans are wreckless and in the end we will need to realise that we need these animals in order to have a healthy ecosistem. All of this needs to happen naturally in millions of years, but in our case a few hundred years may be just enough. It's like a chain: if a piece falls off, the whole thing is broken.

Hopefully, it won't be too late.
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№15 Author: Louie (29 Jun 2012 09:53) Total user comments: 8189


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