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“We want to build highways across the Serengeti to get more rare earth minerals for our cellphones. We grab all the fish from the sea, wreck the coral reefs and put carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. We have triggered a major extinction event. The question is: how do we stop it?”
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/technology/biologists-say-half-of-all-species-could-be-extinct-by-end-of-century/ar-AAnoWU7

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a grey rhino leans 69 degrees to the right. it is -2 feet above the ground. the ground is grey. 1st grey skeleton is left of the rhino and -3 feet above the ground. it leans 54 degrees to the front. 2nd grey skeleton is 1.8 feet right of the rhino and -4.5 feet above the ground. it leans 38 degrees to the right. a grey ape is 3 feet behind and 2 feet right of the rhino. it is -5 feet above the ground. it leans 56 degrees to the northwest. a grey elephant is 17 feet behind and 4 feet right of the rhino. it is -6 feet above the ground. it leans 45 degrees to the northeast. the tusk of the elephant is cream. a baobab tree is 100 feet behind the rhino. it is on the ground. the tree trunk of the baobab tree is grey. the leaf of the baobab tree is [fire]. the sky is 1200 feet tall [fire]. a huge grey salmon is 20 feet behind and -1 feet left of the rhino. it is -3.3 feet above the ground. it faces right. it leans 38 degrees to the northwest. a 1.4 feet tall silver phone is -3.1 feet right of and -0.98 feet above the 2nd skeleton. it leans left. it faces southwest. a small sunlight yellow bulldozer is 25 feet behind and 16 feet right of the elephant. it is on the ground. it faces left. a small grey tree is -4.9 feet left of the bulldozer. it leans right. it is -1.8 feet above the ground
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##HD #conservation #ecosystems #environment 
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hedgehog1965 (2017) 
"The WWF's new Living Planet report highlights a 58% decline in the abundance of 3,706 animal species since 1970"

http://www.earthtouchnews.com/natural-world/how-it-works/six-different-ways-to-think-about-extinction
Nanook (2017) 
If only we can undo the ills we have done, therein lies the real hope.:-)
watcher570 (2017) 
to little to late
nheiges (2017) 
Great scene and comment on this grim reality.
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