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  • Endangered Species question: Why are brown hyenas endangered? Brown huenas are endangered, mostly because of overhunting, due to the fact that ranchers think they kill livestock. — “ - Why are brown hyenas endangered”,
  • But their numbers are being decimated by overhunting for the commercial "bushmeat" trade, and their treatment on the way to market can only be described as torture. the horrible toll that overhunting is taking on these intelligent. — “Bat Conservation International, Inc. - Saving Sulawesi's”,
  • A new peer-reviewed paper by the Wildlife Conservation Society and other groups reveals an ominous finding: most of the world's last remaining tigers -- long decimated by overhunting, logging, and wildlife trade -- are now clustered in just six. — “Last strongholds for tigers identified in new study”,
  • The Amazon Region Protected Areas (ARPA) program, will preserve an additional third of the Amazon. There were as few as 750 bison in 1890 due to overhunting. — “ARPA”,
  • Monk seals became easy targets for hunters while resting, birthing, or nursing their pups on the beach. Overhunting by humans led to these seals` demise, according to NOAA biologists. — “Caribbean Monk Seal Now Extinct”,
  • Following similar action in the Senate, the House has approved a U.S.-Russia treaty to help protect polar bears from overhunting and other threats to their survival. — “Polar bear protection passed by House - U.S. news”,
  • Overhunting Caused Mass Marine Life Extinction. Centuries of excessive hunting on the high seas, besides devastating the populations of whales, sea turtles, sea cows and otters, has set in motion the collapse of kelp forests, coral reefs and other marine habitat essential for sea life. — “CDNN :: Overhunting Caused Mass Marine Life Extinction”,
  • Image via BBC The Northern Atlantic right whale is one of the rarest in the ocean. It was thought that overhunting during the 16th and 17th centuries is the cause, with overzealous whalers cutting numbers down so far that. — “Bones Reveal Right Whales Are Rare, But Not Due To”,
  • Article discussing the history of hunting and modern sport hunting in different regions. — “Hunting - Wikipedia”,
  • Woolly mammoth demise may have been result of climate change and overhunting Scientists suggest that climate change during the end of the Pleistocene caused their habitat to shrink in size and as a result caused Woolly mammoth populations to drop and then Paleolithic humans delivered. — “Woolly mammoth demise may have been result of climate change”,
  • Turkeys disappeared from the state by the early 1800s due to clearing of their forest habitat, overhunting (there were no laws to protect them like there are today) and several bad winters which caused many turkeys to starve because they could not find food. — “DEP: Meet the Wild Turkey Kid's Page”, ct.gov
  • Despite the existence of hunting regulations and the attempts by the BC authorities to set so-called safe quota levels, overhunting is an indisputable characteristic in the province. appeared, prevailing concern that overhunting was widespread prompted the authorities. — “Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA): Trigger Happy”, eia-
  • Loss of habitat, interruption of migratory routes, overhunting Although the American herd of woodland caribou is at great risk of extinction, the ESA lists only one subspecies (R. t. caribou). — “AMNH - Expedition : Endangered”,
  • Overhunting by humans led to these seals' demise, according to biologists with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric "Humans left the Caribbean monk seal population unsustainable after overhunting them in the wild," said Kyle Baker, biologist for NOAA's Fisheries Service southeast region. — “Caribbean Monk Seal Declared Extinct”, ens-
  • The House gave its approval Monday to a U.S.-Russia treaty to help protect polar bears from overhunting and other threats to their survival. — “House OKs Polar Bear Protection Treaty”,
  • "Humans left the Caribbean monk seal population unsustainable after overhunting them," Kyle Baker, a biologist for the National Marine Fisheries Service, said in a statement. " Unfortunately, this led to their demise and labels the species as the only seal to go extinct from human causes. — “ecollo - All posts tagged 'overhunting'”,
  • Bison were once very numerous in North America and Europe, but overhunting resulted in their near extinction. As Americans of European descent moved into Native American lands, the bison were significantly reduced through overhunting. — “Bison - New World Encyclopedia”,
  • How To Hunt Turkeys Legally in Connecticut. Wild turkeys were gone from Connecticut by the early 1800s, a casualty of overhunting, the clearing of their forest habitat and a run of harsh New England winters. Although the Connecticut. — “How To Hunt Turkeys Legally in Connecticut | ”,
  • In many parts of the world, people are driving wild animals toward extinction by over-eating them. Saving these species is critical to protecting both biodiversity and people's food supplies. The question is how? Wildmeat: Overhunting Threatens Species And People. — “Wildmeat: Overhunting Threatens Species And People”,
  • The species, which has not been seen for over 50 years, is the first seal to go extinct due to human interaction. Overhunting Was Demise of Caribbean Monk Seal. — “Overhunting Was Demise of Caribbean Monk Seal”,
  • Susceptibility of lowland tapir to overhunting in the western Amazonian basin In the persistently hunted site, populations of lowland tapir had lower proportions of older individuals than the slightly hunted site which may indicate overhunting in the persistently hunted site (Bodmer 1995). — “IUCN/SSC Tapir Specialist Group - Lowland Tapir, Page 3”,
  • Scientists have found the first definitive proof that early humans in North America hunted horses for their meat. The discovery gives greater weight to the idea that overhunting was a major factor in the extinction of prehistoric horses. — “Remains Show Ancient Horses Were Hunted for Their Meat”,

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  • Air Rifle Holdover Shooting @ 150 Yards Shooting cans of beer at various distances using my Hawke Sidewinder 30 to estimate range for holdover. The beer was leftover from a party 3 years ago. I found it in the basement. It was way past its drinking date.
  • Tribute To tigers WARNING: MAY CONTAIN BLOOD!!! Tigers are grate animals but they are going extinct from hunting like the Caspian tiger, Bali tiger, Java tiger, Javan tiger all extinct by over hunting.
  • Operation Migration Ultralight-Assisted Whooping Crane Migration Public Fly-Over Event 1/2 Operation Migration Ultralight-Assisted Whooping Crane Migration Public Fly-Over Event, Dunnellon Airport, Florida 01/14/2011. Filmed in HD (High Definition,1080p). For optimum viewing, view in HD, Full Screen. If playback becomes intermittent, allow clip to download first by clicking the Pause button (which pauses playback but not download) until the adjacent red download progress bar to the right is fully extended, then click the Play button. The Whooping Cranes are coming! Operation Migration (OM) Ultralight-led annual fall migration arrives Dec-Jan, final 2 journey legs in Florida, Crystal River environs, with flyover public events at Dunnellon Airport & Homosassa Walmart. "Due to destruction of habitat and over-hunting, Whooping Cranes were on the verge of extinction in the 1940s when their population was reduced to only 15 birds...the Whooping Crane is a critically imperiled North American crane species with fewer than 250 birds in a single wild population...the Whooping Crane Eastern Partnership (WCEP)...was formed to implement...restoring a migratory population of whooping cranes to eastern North America...Operation Migration (OM)...originated...a unique method...for an aircraft-led bird migration...OM's work...became the subject for the major motion picture, Fly Away Home...the migration takes place...typically beginning in early October...Using four ultralight trike aircraft, OM's pilots...cover from 0 to 200 miles per day depending on weather conditions... More ...
  • Tribute to the Wild ass Please have only nice comments. I have no idea where the wild ass got its name from. These animals are all critically endangered & one is extinct. Wild asses may look like donkeys but their not, but they are cozens of the donkey tho. The wild ass used to be common in Africa but now its endangered from over hunting. The wild ass differs from a horse because it makes a braying noise instead of neighing. Its mane is shorter then a horses & it does not have a chestnut - the small bare patch inside a horse's legs.
  • Bio Project Over Hunting another funny video THE BAD COPY THE BAD COPY THE BAD COPY THE BAD COPY THE BAD COPY THE BAD COPY THE BAD COPY THE BAD COPY THE BAD COPY
  • Nicky Campbell Swearing on BBC Radio 5 Live Radio 5 Live presenter once again gets tongue-tied over hunting in the countryside.
  • Rambo: First Blood - Forest Hunt the forest scene where rambo is force to hurt the officers and tell them to get over hunting rambo or they will get a war they never regret
  • Tribute to the Banteng (You-Tube messed with the timing a little but I don't care.) The Banteng [Ban-tang] is one of the ancestors of modern cattle today. The reason the banteng is endangered is over hunting, cross breeding, deforestation, & lots of other reasons.
  • PETA Battles Sarah Palin Over Hunting Scene PETA takes on Sarah Palin after her reality show films her hunting caribou in the Alaska wild.
  • 15 Florida Panthers killed in 2007! - Big Cat TV At Big Cat Rescue we often try to help others understand why the cat populations are going down in places like Asia and Africa. We sometime forget that this is happening in our own backyard. Take a look at the current situation of the Florida Panther. Even though their numbers are slightly higher than reported in the 1980's after decades of over hunting there are more killed on the roads than ever before. In 2006 we had 11 endangered panthers killed by vehicles. And in 2007 we have 15 so far. The total population is only 80-100 left. *you will hear Brian say 14 twice in the video as in the time it took from filming to producing another cat was killed) What will be the future of these predators here in Florida? The police trying to ticket speeders and the few protected fenced roadways can only do so much. It is up to us to decide if we really will change the way we use up land and resources to allow room for these beautiful predators. Thanks for watching. For more info on the Panther (cougar/ mountain lion etc...) go to: *Special thanks to those that appeared in this video and those who helped me collect panther data. For more info about BIG CAT RESCUE visit: Find us on FACEBOOK MYSPACE: TWITTER: DONATE: THANK YOU!
  • Tribute to Mooses Mooses are endangered because of over hunting & deforestation. If we don't stop over hunting just for their antlers & taking to much woodland soon no moose will be left!!!
  • Are we over hunting? The animals on Earth are going extinct because of over hunting. Its not the animals fault, its us. We have a selfish demand for hunting for no reason at all. This has to stop NOW!!!!!
  • Defenders of Wildlife Action Fund - Stop Palin's Slaughter of Wolves Ashley Judd, spokesperson for Defenders of Wildlife Action Fund, speaks to the oranizaiton's concerns about Sarah Palin's promotion of the unnecessary killing of wolves and her lack of concern for other wildlife. Palin has previously tried to keep the polar bear off the endangered species list, and is currently suing to try to get Alaska's beluga whales in Cook Inlet removed from the list fearing their being listed as endangered will interfere with oil and gas development in Cook Inlet. Shannyn Moore, an native Alaskan and Air America personality, details on her blog how Palin went against the scientific studies to promote the killing of wolves, despite research which suggests overhunting is the underlying problem. The report cited by Shannyn is here:
  • Monkey Hill, Kowloon, Hong Kong (with monkey ***) We took a trip to Hong Kong and made it a point to see monkey hill. It's really worth the trip for something different. I have a terrific photo album at as well as more information. Yes, if you read the tags, I did catch some monkey ***. You'll have to watch the video to see it but the monkeys are definitely having a quickie. From the wiki Kam Shan, or Monkey Hill to most locals, is a famous macaques kingdom in Hong Kong. The macaques are the largest group of mammals in the park. The most significant species occurring here are Rhesus Macaque (Macaca mulatta) and Long-tailed Macaque (Macaca fascicularis). These monkeys are probably descendants of individuals released by pet owners, whereas wild macaque groups native to Hong Kong have almost disappeared due to habitat destruction and over-hunting. Apart from monkeys, this Country Park is also a shelter of squirrels and many bird species.[1] There are about 2100 wild monkeys in Hong Kong, about 1800 of them in Kam Shan country park.[2] The park also provide habitat for forest animals found in few other parts of Hong Kong. Among these are protected species like the Crested Goshawk (Accipiter trivirgatus). Other birds found in the park include the Black-eared Kite (Milvus migrans lineatus), House Swift (Apus (affinis) nipalensis), Greater Coucal (Centropus s.sinensis), Common Kingfisher (Alcedo atthis), Rufous-backed Shrike (Lanius schach) and Common Tailorbird (Orthotomus sutorius).[1] Provided by: en ...
  • SAVE OUR PLANET - Short tailed Albatross is discovered on US soil SAVE OUR PLANET... Once thought to be extinct due to overhunting for its feathers, the Short-tailed Albatross is discovered for the first time nesting on US soil, with a pair taking turns to incubate their egg on the Midway Atoll in the North Pacific Ocean.
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  • Operation Migration Ultralight-Assisted Whooping Crane Migration Public Fly-Over Event 2/2 Operation Migration Ultralight-Assisted Whooping Crane Migration Public Fly-Over Event, Dunnellon Airport, Florida 01/14/2011. Filmed in HD (High Definition,1080p). For optimum viewing, view in HD, Full Screen. If playback becomes intermittent, allow clip to download first by clicking the Pause button (which pauses playback but not download) until the adjacent red download progress bar to the right is fully extended, then click the Play button. The Whooping Cranes are coming! Operation Migration (OM) Ultralight-led annual fall migration arrives Dec-Jan, final 2 journey legs in Florida, Crystal River environs, with flyover public events at Dunnellon Airport & Homosassa Walmart. "Due to destruction of habitat and over-hunting, Whooping Cranes were on the verge of extinction in the 1940s when their population was reduced to only 15 birds...the Whooping Crane is a critically imperiled North American crane species with fewer than 250 birds in a single wild population...the Whooping Crane Eastern Partnership (WCEP)...was formed to implement...restoring a migratory population of whooping cranes to eastern North America...Operation Migration (OM)...originated...a unique method...for an aircraft-led bird migration...OM's work...became the subject for the major motion picture, Fly Away Home...the migration takes place...typically beginning in early October...Using four ultralight trike aircraft, OM's pilots...cover from 0 to 200 miles per day depending on weather conditions... More ...
  • North Texas Dog trainers Flying over hunting area to get the lay of the water & boat trails
  • Whales on Makin? CoD WaW (Xbox 360) Ok, crazy as this sounds you have to try it for yourself. Me and my oVo GUNNER oVo are chilling on Makin looking around at the design of the map when we hear some strange noises! *** PLEASE WATCH FULL VIDEO *** I know there're no actual whales on this map. It was suppose to be a funny hoax. However, there're whales around the island coast of Japan. So to those of you who say " There's not any whales in Japan." .... Don't be stupid. (Read On) The Japanese "Researchers" (Whale Hunters) have been hunting whales to sell/eat since the eight century. They hunt off the coast of Japan, and abide by makeshift laws set into place to protect the whales from over-hunting. Here recently the Discovery Channel has made a new series called "Whale Wars" which takes place in the costal waters of Japan, and other areas. So please.... don't be stupid. Don't try to make yourself look cool in the comments. Everyone already knows their are not actual programmed whales on this map night or day. Class is over.
  • CrossFire VN - Barret M99 vs Zombie What did I say? This sniper is somewhat too powerful that playing Zombie mode will gain you advantage if you prefer sniping over hunting - one shot will deal up to 500 damage if you hit the Zombie's head, and often you will score 1 zombie kill per 3 shots. It is also possible to KS other players when they have a Zombie cornered in your view - you just need to be quick and fire as soon as the Zombie flashes (To that point his HP is lower than 400, which M99 can then direct kill him) - but, please, don't overdo it or you might get kicked ^^ In this run I got two Zombie kills using the above tactics, but it's just lucky :D
  • Beautiful world Pollution, poverty, driving animals to entinction, climate change and over hunting is ruining the beatufil place we live in, do something about it. Donate to charities, get involved. Do whatever you can to help the state of our planet. We don't have much time left. song = foo fighters - best of you
  • Megafauna Extinction: Did Humans or Climate Kill Off the Mammoths? Complete video at: fora.tv Stanford biologist Elizabeth Hadly recaps a debate among biologists over whether prehistoric megafauna like mammoths, giant sloths and saber-toothed cats became extinct due to overhunting by humans, or by a combination of hunting and a changing climate. ----- Stanford biology professor Elizabeth Hadly's research in the far reaches of the globe from India to Patagonia to Southeast Asia addresses the issues of what determines and maintains vertebrate (especially mammal) diversity through space and time and how that diversity is influenced by the environment. - California Academy of Sciences Elizabeth Hadly is Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences and Departmen of Geology and Environmental Sciences, Stanford University. The research of Elizabeth Hadly probes how perturbations such as climatic change influence the evolution and ecology of Neogene vertebrates. Professor Hadly's field research involves excavation of finely stratified Holocene paleontological sites and collection of modern specimens in western North America and Patagonia. Construction of a state-of-the-art ancient DNA laboratory has made possible the study of genetic structure of populations through time. Laboratory work includes morphometric and molecular ***yses with the intent to extend the level of investigation down to the population and genetic levels. Ongoing projects at the macroecological scale include the study of the ecological and evolutionary factors ...
  • ZEBRA vs ZEBRA! + Crossing The Zebra is more than just lion food...I think. The three species of zebra are the Mountain, Plains and the endangered Grevy's zebra. Zebra populations have fallen due to over hunting for their skins and loss of habitat. Featured in this video are two zebras fighting over a mate or territory. And some zebra crossing a river in the Mara, which is where zebra migrate with over a million wildebeest every June-July. *Filmed 2008 in Kenya, Africa To help the Zebras... http THANKS FOR WATCHING! *Please subscribe to my You Tube wildlife videos.
  • 60 Second Naturalist - A Vegetarian Cat Amur Leopard, most endangered big cat on the planet. Habit loss and unwarranted hunting are responsible for its decline.
  • Johnson Creek This footage was recorded from deck of the Johnson Creek Bridge, looking over Hunting Island, South Carolina (SC)...
  • Tragic Death in Tehran, Russian Tiger gone before becoming Persian Islamic Weather and Air quality or lack of it cost us our last Tiger, which we had imported to replace our Extinct Persian Tiger... Part (5) ۵ Parazit 36 Dec 31 گلچین پارازیت جمعه ۱۰ دی ۸۹ Iran Tigers are the largest cat on the planet. They weigh between 240 and 500 lbs and their roar can be heard from two miles away. Over the past 100 years tiger populations have suffered irrevocable harm. The Daily Star reported this week that the Royal Bengal tiger may go extinct by the turn of the century. With roughly 3200 remaining in the entire world, the threats to the species are urgent and action must be taken swiftly, the story warned. Can we save this iconic species from disappearing forever when we weren't so lucky with the strikingly similar and now extinct Caspian tiger? The Caspian Tiger Disappears One astonishing tiger species, the Caspian tiger has already disappeared completely. It is reported that the last Caspian tiger was shot in 1959 by a farmer trying to protect his livestock. But people disagree on the exact extinction year. The tiger had similar coloring to that of the Bengal, but was less massive and had generous tuffs of fur around its cheeks. The tiger's hair would grow very long in the winter time. It was the westernmost species of tiger, found in Russia, China, Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Turkey, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan. The demise of the tiger came as a result of over hunting. The Russian Government worked heavily to eradicate the species in order ...
  • Stop killing Wolves Sarah Palin! This is the result of over hunting wolves and driving them to extinction in alaska all because of Sarah Palin.For all you wolf hunters out there watch this video and look what you've done! Especially you SARAH PALIN!!!!!!!!!
  • Napali Coast Whale Watching - Kauai Hawaii 2011 May 2011 The humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) is a species of baleen whale. One of the larger rorqual species, adults range in length from 12--16 metres (39--52 ft) and weigh approximately 36000 kilograms (79000 lb). The humpback has a distinctive body shape, with unusually long pectoral fins and a knobbly head. It is an acrobatic animal, often breaching and slapping the water. Males produce a complex whale song, which lasts for 10 to 20 minutes and is repeated for hours at a time. The purpose of the song is not yet clear, although it appears to have a role in mating. Found in oceans and seas around the world, humpback whales typically migrate up to 25000 kilometres (16000 mi) each year. Humpbacks feed only in summer, in polar waters, and migrate to tropical or sub-tropical waters to breed and give birth in the winter. During the winter, humpbacks fast and live off their fat reserves. The species' diet consists mostly of krill and small fish. Humpbacks have a diverse repertoire of feeding methods, including the bubble net feeding technique. Like other large whales, the humpback was and is a target for the whaling industry. Due to over-hunting, its population fell by an estimated 90% before a whaling moratorium was introduced in 1966. Stocks have since partially recovered; however, entanglement in fishing gear, collisions with ships, and noise pollution also remain concerns. There are at least 80000 humpback whales worldwide. Once hunted to the brink of extinction ...
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  • "Are You OVER Hunting Property?" - Deer & Deer Hunting TV, Season 6, Episode 10 In this episode, the crew asks if signposts are worth hunting. Are rubs and rub lines a waste of your time? What is its real effect of pressure on whitetail behavior? Plus, Vital Information and finding big bucks to hunt are covered. Catch Deer & Deer Hunting TV on Versus Country. Find show information and seasons on DVD at Watch full episodes of Deer & Deer Hunting TV at .
  • Wildlife Watching:-An Economic Boon to Communities "Nationwide there are six times as many wildlife watchers as there are hunters; they outspend hunters 2:1 in total expenditures, and 3:1 for Food and Lodging. In no state in the union were there more hunters than wildlife watchers. Leaving all considerations of ethics aside, choosing simply to accommodate the preferred activity of the largest number of individuals who want to participate in wildlife-associated recreation -- the choice has to be to favor wildlife watching over hunting. If we additionally consider the financial benefit to the community where the activity takes place -- then there simply is no alternative except to opt for wildlife watching over hunting. www.all- www.all- A WILDLIFE WATCHING EXPERIENCE TO KNOW ABOUT Wildlfe Watch HUMAN HUNTING DESTROYS OUR ENVIRONMENT By Peter Muller, Vice President, CASH - Committee to Abolish Sport Hunting ********************************* Why Recreational Hunting is NOT NEEDED and is a SHAM! Dear Mr Hunter - About your rights Realities of hunting as a population control: Why there are so many deer today Manipulating wildlife conservation for special interests Wildlife Conservation has an agenda - our taxes ensure unsound management ********** THIS IS HOW HUNTERS "LOVE AND RESPECT" NATURE **** Bowhunter spinshot a Calf Elk and while being shot with 3 arrow he cries for his mother mathew5-7.blogspot ...
  • Captive Bred Chinese Pond Turtle, Chinemys reevesii 2009 Babies Captive Bred Chinese Pond Turtle, Chinemys reevesii The Chinese Pond Turtle, Reeve's Turtle, Chinese Three-keeled Pond Turtle, Golden Turtle, or Japanese Coin Turtle (Chinemys reevesii) is a species of turtle in the family Geoemydidae (formerly called Bataguridae). It is found in China, Japan, Korea and Taiwan.[1] This species is notorious for its ability to produce hybrids with other Geoemydidae, even species that are only distantly related. The supposed new species "Mauremys" pritchardi was based on a hybrid of unknown origin between a male of the present species and a female Asian Yellow Pond Turtle (Mauremys mutica). Furthermore, it has hybridized with the Chinese Stripe-necked Turtle (Ocadia sinensis), female Malayan Box Turtles (Cuora amboinensis), a male Four-eyed Turtle (Sacalia quadriocellata), and the Japanese Pond Turtle (Mauremys japonica) in captivity.[2] Any individuals that are available as pets therefore need to be kept separate from other members of the family, especially considering that the Chinese Pond Turtle is threatened by overhunting (it is locally used in folk medicine[3]) and habitat destruction in the wild. The IUCN considers C. reevesii an endangered species[1].
  • 1. Kangaroo vs Man First basic cut of 12 short videos of interview with Pat O'Brien, President of an Irwin family auspiced wildlife protection organisation, about fears that kangaroo populations may go into freefall due to multiple threats, including overhunting and government neglect
  • Flock of Dodos Movie Trailer (Custom) I strongly recommend this film. It kept my interest from beginning to end, was light-hearted, and had very fair presentation and approach to this entire controversy... unlike another "documentary" released in 2008 that I won't mention. All clips in this video were used with permission. The Following Information is from Wikipedia: Flock of Dodos is a documentary film by American marine biologist and filmmaker Randy Olson. It highlights the debate between proponents of the concept of intelligent design and the scientific consensus that supports evolution. Flock of Dodos examines the disagreements that proponents of intelligent design have with the scientific consensus position of evolution. The evolutionarily famous dodo (Raphus cucullatus) is a now-extinct bird that lived on the Island of Mauritius, which is approximately 500 miles east of Madagascar. When Portuguese sailors arrived on the island, the possible combination of over-hunting and introduction of new predators (ie pigs, macaques) seems to have led to its extinction by approximately 1700. Due to its lack of fear of humans and inability to fly, the dodo was easy prey, and thus became known for its apparent stupidity. It failed to change with an evolving environment, which ultimately led to the birds' demise. The film attempts to determine who the real "dodos" are in a constantly evolving world: the scientists who are failing to promote evolution as a scientifically accepted fact, the intelligent design advocates ...
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  • PLEASE UNDERSTAND THERE IS ROOM FOR ALL LIFE HERE ON EARTH..MANKIND NEEDS TO STOP OVER DEVELOPING,OVER HUNTING, OVERFISHING, ETC AND START TO GIVE SOMETHING BACK . HE IS NOT ALONE AND SHOULD STOP ACTING LIKE HE IS..
  • Riverbend Whitetails 2011 Deer Promo.mp4 Deer season starts in September and runs through mid-January. Hunting is strictly fair chase and is usually done from elevated lock-on and ladder stands or occasionally ground blinds. Permanent stands are not used, as ours are moved to prevent over-hunting an area and to maintain close contact with deer and their movements. No license drawing: licenses can be purchased over the counter when you arrive or through the State of Kentucky website. Guides take the hunters to the area of the stand they will hunt and pick them up later in the day. While in elevated stands, all hunters must wear a safety harness at all times. Kentucky also has a fall turkey season so that both species can be taken on certain hunts. There are no trophy fees for deer taken, but our management plan for Riverbend Whitetails has a strictly enforced 130 B&C minimum requirement. Hunters are provided with photos and actual racks and mounts to help them judge whitetail bucks in the field.
  • Lions At Linton Zoological Breeding Centre. Is 'a bird in a bush,Really 'worth more than two in the hand' Linton Zoological Breeding Centre. The Ignorance and greed of our own human race has driven many species of wildlife to extinction. Mainly through over-hunting and the destruction and alteration of natural habitats. We have always believed that the destruction of natural habitats will continue and the rate of extinction will increase until man realises his error. Man is destroying the tropical forests at an alarming rate - an area three times the size of Switzerland is lost every year. during the 'great dying' of the dinosaurs the extinction rate was a possible one species per thousand years; today it is estimated at one species per day, a shameful increase brought about by our own human race.
  • Tribute to Thylacine Thylacine (thi-la-seen) was a marsupial that went extinct because it was considered a pest & was hunted to extinction in the wild. The last known thylacine died in 1936. Some people think this marsupial is still alive but theirs no proof yet.
  • Cayoosh Final Descent to Base Camp This is the final descent to the cabin built in the 1900's by Outfitter Joe Ouellet and was used to hunt Moose, and as a result of poaching and over hunting by the white man, the Moose population has been eliminated. The cabin has been re-claimed by the St'at'imc Nation and hunting in the Melvin Creek Valley is suspended.

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blogs and forums about overhunting

  • “Overhunting a little, say 5 or so levels, you should profit at least a little more than Overhunting more, around the time critters measure AAAAARRGGGHH!, should probably see you”
    — play.net >> forums,

  • “This is the first seal whose extinction is attributed specifically to human causes. I'm afraid the cousins of the Caribbean monk seals, the Hawaiian monk seal”
    — Caribbean Monk Seal Declared Extinct | MarineBio Blog,

  • “What caused the extinction of mammoths and the decline of Stone Age people about 13,000 years ago remains hotly debated. Overhunting by Paleoindians,”
    — A bursting comet to blame for Ice Age extinctions? - Archaeo,

  • “Archives of science blog from networlddirectory, the place for information Overhunting by Paleoindians, climate change and disease lead the list of probable causes”
    — Archives of science blog from NetWorlddirectory,

  • “We all know about the global extinction crisis; our planet is losing biodiversityâ€"from genes to species to entire ecosystemsâ€"faster than ever before. The causes of biodiversity loss range from deforestation to pollution to overhunting, but”
    — The Future of Biodiversity | Conservation International Blog,

  • “Notes from The Lane accepts articles for possible publication. Submit Other factors include overhunting, international extermination, and the accidental or”
    — Rinker on Collectibles: Endangered Species | Notes From the Lane,

  • “Years ago right whales nearly went extinct due to overhunting but although they're no longer hunted right whales are still ABOUT EARTHJUSTICE'S BLOG. unEARTHED is a forum for the voices and stories of the people behind Earthjustice's”
    — Baby Right Whale Born | unEARTHED, the Earthjustice blog,

  • “The Sierra Trading Post Adventure Edge Radio Podcast. Located at the active lifestyle blog of Sierra Trading Post, http://. Arctic warming, ice shelf melting and overhunting are causing polar bear numbers to rapidly dwindle. No doubt you've seen at least one disturbing”
    — Sierra Blogging Post - The active lifestyle blog of Sierra,

  • “BRANDON BIRD – Hawk Watch. Dodd Mead, hardcover, 1954. Hardcover reprint: Detective Book came to regret his contribution to overhunting that had led to a substantial decline”
    — " Reviewed by Walter Albert: BRANDON BIRD – Hawk Watch,

  • “Warming May Push Polar Bear To Threatened List POSTED: 10:32 am PST December 27, 2006 Polar bears are in deep trouble because of global warming and other”
    — Warming May Push Polar Bear To Threatened List | DocumentDump,