What Happened To Them? The Most Popular Wildlife Extinctions Explained

Extinction is supposedly a natural phenomenon. A species die out when they fail to evolve and adapt to natural circumstances in their environment. For example, nearly all dinosaur species died out when a meteorite crashed into the earth. This mass extinction of dinosaur species happened because the dinosaurs failed to adapt to the rapid shift of their environment.   

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Free Every Willy: Here’s Why The World Has To Pay Closer Attention To Whale Preservation

Given their large size, whales have long been thought of as scary ocean mammals. While they do feed on smaller fish for survival, they are not entirely made to cause fear. In fact, whales play a significant role in keeping our ecosystem healthy and sustainable. 

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How To Save The Giraffe Species

Giraffes are widely known for their long size, bizarre appearance, and timid nature. But now, giraffes are often talked about in the context of extinction and trophy hunting. If you love these gentle giants, you might be thinking how you can prevent their dwindling numbers. Luckily, we can show you how!  

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