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De-Extinction is one of the hottest topics in the science world currently and it tops the lists of conservation and genetic scientists alike for next big project. Though this could be a great way to learn of past species and finally see them for ourselves, at what cost is a species revived? The idea of bringing back an extinct species, such as some type of dinosaur, comes with many questions that most find to be debatable. Conflicts arise from every aspect of this “new” animal including how it is...

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Animals Extinction

Animal extinction Animal extinction has been dramatically occurring and this is the biggest issue in the planet. The governments and scientists try to figure out the better ways to prevent and preserve the disappearance of animals. Human attitudes, degradation of nature and climate change are the causes that lead to animal extinction. I think that if these causes are still occurring without protection and preservation, the environment will become in less healthy state by 2050. The world human population...

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Animal in Extinction

Muhamad Naem Bin Yusof Title : Animal in Extinction SubTopic : Why the animal under verge of extinction Introduction In bucked the trend towards modernization and progress, we increasingly forget that not only human beings that inhabit this universe. Ever forget the existence of human animals and the environment so that most of us have succumbed to the demands of modernization and progress. Humans have killed the flora and fauna around us to make way for development. Implications...

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No to De Extinction

Ene European Literature Period 4 26 February 2015 No to De-Extinction           Whether it is bringing people back from the dead or resurrecting an entire extinct species, for hundreds of years, scientists everywhere have had the desire and craving to try and reverse nature’s kiss of death. Modern scientists are exploring the possibility of resurrecting species, that we and our ancestors led to extinction, through the process of de-extinction or also known as “resurrection biology”. Scientists believe...

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Brink of Extinction

Brink of Extinction In Malaysia today the survival of wildlife have taken second place to human activity. All major wildlife species are now threatened with extinction. Does saving these endangered species and taking necessary actions for those who are on the brink of extinction means anything to you? Most of us are not aware that our Malayan Tiger, Clouded Leopard (Roy Goh 2011), Pygmy Elephant, Sumatran Rhino, Orang-Utan and Turtles are in the under-extinction animals category...

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Mass Extinction

Extinction and Evolution Ecology helps us understand the importance of mass extinction in evolution, and it also helps us understand some of the causes of extinction. Ecological niche is one of the most important concepts to understand. An animal or plant lives in a certain place is active at a particular times, and eats certain things; all these factors describe its ecological niche. Our environment is parted into millions of ecological niches, each that represents a probable home for life...

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Animal Extinction

numbers of endangered species are still increase rapidly. However, there were still numbers of selfish people that did not even concern about the animal species that disappeared. Animal extinction can be defined as animal species no longer stay in the earth as it already disappeared. The factors that lead to animal extinction are irresponsible human’s hands that destroyed animal’s habitat by deforestation, illegal wildlife trades and climate change. Deforestation is the main causes that lead animal species...

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Animal Extinction Paper

Animal Extinction Preventing Extinction Not much is thought about extinction in today’s society. One might argue that it is a small problem, and completely irrelevant; but according to statistics of scientific research, extinction is an important issue nationwide. Extinction of a species over time is undisputable, and inevitable; however, the burden of mankind on animals and their environment has caused extinction to increase severely...

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Preventing a Species from Extinction

Preventing a Species from Extinction Whether should people prevent a species from being extinct or not seems not a controversial topic. Nowadays, a lot of people will agree on protecting endangered species. However, most people still have some questions. Why should people prevent a species from extinction? Is it Important? What can humans get from protecting rare species? We can answer these questions from three aspects. People should prevent a species from extinction because humans have the responsibility...

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The Role Od Extinction in Evolution

The Role of Extinction in Evolution In contrast to the opposite phenomenon, speciation. This is surprising in view of the special importance Darwin attached to extinction, and because the number of species extinctions in the history of life is almost the same as the number of originations; present-day biodiversity is the result of a trivial surplus of originations, cumulated over millions of years. For an evolutionary biologist to ignore extinction is probably as foolhardy as for a demographer...

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