Thursday, October 18, 2007

Extinct Species


Because of humans, an alarming rate of animals are becoming extinct every day. At this rate, more than half of the world's species will be extinct in 100 years. This is because of habitat destruction, climate change, pollution, and invasive species. Read my blog to find out about the animals that are in danger, why this is happening, and what you can do about it.

29 comments:

mrplough said...

What a great collection of blog posts on this topic. Wow, Im very impressed and actually feel smarter after reading this.

rusne said...

Thank you, I hoped people would understand it... it is my first blog so I really did not know how to make one before.:)

katia said...

really interesting. after reading it i feel like i want to save all of those endangered species and like, tell people to care more about them...haha
:)

denise said...

I really want to help those endangered animals.I understand it, and I understand how you are feeling. I want to help, I really do, its just that I'm too young. And I can't do anything that would really help. How about sending chain mails? To tell the world to stop killing and threatening the lives of the wild life. I really appreciate it that you make such a blog, specially for the animals. I hope you have not given up, because I want to read more from you, and I'll pray for you and for the animals. Please carry on writing, I'll visit this blog anytime I can. Please don't abandon this blog. Please continue writing. :)

annelise said...

i will try to give money but i don't think i can give much because i am only 8 years old but i really love animals so i will try to give alot.after i heard about this i started saving up my money so just know this is a great website!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Polomi said...
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slpbrat2345 said...

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slpbrat2345 said...

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fuzzythunder said...

look whatwe are doing to this animals

soccer5rocker said...

Those poor little animals! I want to do something to help them all! It is so sad that Humans are doing this to these amazing creatures! Your blog was so understanding and made me want to help these animals even more!

pimp-124 said...

all of u are fags get a life

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*shadow of my own self* said...

This is so depressing that we're being so inane and treating fellow creatures like this. At the rate that we are going soon we'll also be extinct. Good for you for doing your part in educating us about the horrors of our world!

-- Shadow <3
http://shadowofmyownself.blogspot.com

dereck2295 said...

This site is great you can learn alot on how to take care of earth and earths creatures

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Tbaby17 said...

I really like your site. I am doing an argument essay right now and its about species extinction. Im glad others care just as much as me

Alex Albert said...

Definitely we have to save extinct animals, because there are very few animals are in our earth!
Thanks

Karan said...

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Panchanan said...

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Diep Pham said...

thank you ,for your information that is a really interesting topic.Melisa Pham^_^

Claire said...

I agree conpletly.
You have a lot of ngood information and i like that you are passing the word on to make people aware


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Nida said...

I really like your blog.It helped me a lot on my essay on cruelty towards animals.It's good to see that someone cares about these animals.

Antonio Avila said...

Could you explain in your opinion what happens after a species gets wiped out in the wild?

Antonio Avila said...

Could you explain in your opinion what happens after a species gets wiped out in the wild?

Antonio Avila said...

Could you explain in your opinion what happens after a species gets wiped out in the wild?

Nida said...

It spoils the ecological cycle because other species may depend on that animal