“Without major changes in human society, we stand to lose much of what sustains life on our planet.”
Their spectacular plumes make them more prone to this.
The unique-looking bird is just one of eleven shoebills in the world currently in captivity.
Nearly a third of adults said the issue of animal extinction is not “on their radar."
The discovery of a female tortoise living on Fernandina Island provided the chance to determine if the species lives on.
Spanning more than 5,000 species in 188 countries, the new research found that consumption in Europe, North America, and East Asia "primarily drives" species extinction risk...
But a focus on urban planning that protects habitats can mitigate the impact, say scientists.
Losers were found to outnumber winners by almost three to one.
By Tom Campbell via SWNS Woolly mammoths and other Ice Age creatures have been brought back to life...in the metaverse. People can see what the now-extinct...
“There is no doubt people are more conscious as to what they eat and so the quality is very important."