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UN Docs Leaked, 1 in 20 Chance of Human Extinction in less than 100 Years – Wildlife Extinction (Video)

Sunday, September 17, 2017 8:52
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The chance of ‘catastrophic’ climate change completely wiping out humanity by 2100 is now 1-in-20

In a world of advanced technology and an ever-growing human population, many species are at risk of extinction because of man—humans are just one of millions of other living species on Earth and yet we are one of the main causes of many other species dwindling population. Let’s look at some animals that risk being extinct by the end of 2017.

Chinese Alligator
It’s estimated there may only be 120 Chinese Alligators left in the wild—another result of what happens when the world experiences overpopulation in certain regions. About 7,000 years ago, the Chinese Alligator population would have been rather abundant because who in their right minds would want to live in the lower Yangtze River, which was once part of extensive floodplain marshes, lakes and seasonal wetlands.
The world’s fastest creature may be up against a race that even it can’t beat—extinction. It’s estimated that the cheetah populations numbers have declined dramatically recently leaving only about 7,100 left in the wild. While that number may not seem like much to raise concern, that number in 1975 was double what it is now.
African Grey Parrot
You’re probably wondering how this cute little bird that is amazingly adept at mimicking human speech made the list—it turns out that the pet that’s been a common household member is declining rapidly in the wild. The African grey parrot species used to be seen all over the forests of West and Central Africa but have almost entirely disappeared in Ghana.
Mountain Gorillas
You would think that the mountain gorilla—a native to the mountains of Virunga in Africa would be safe from humans, often living in forests that reach elevations of 8,000 to 13,000 feet. Sadly, even this species population has been affected by humans. The Democratic Republic of Congo, which Virunga is part of is known for its years of war and strife and the animals of the area have been widely affected by not only war but human contact as well.
Hawksbill Sea Turtle
The hawksbill sea turtle never seems to catch a break—from birth they’re expected to trek from their newly hatched egg burrowed in the sands near the ocean, which doesn’t seem like a difficult trek until you factor in the predatory seagulls that circle above waiting for an easy meal. If you think that the only reason the hawksbill sea turtle is endangered is because many of the babies don’t make it to the ocean you would be wrong though.
Cave Squeaker Frog
The cave squeaker frog doesn’t look like much more than a tiny red mucus covered amphibian—but it’s an important discovery in the amphibian world. The cave squeaker frog had been thought of as being completely extinct. There actually hadn’t been a sighting for 54 years up until two months ago.
The enchanting vaquita is also the rarest marine mammal found in the ocean—with a population of less than 60 left today. The porpoise wasn’t discovered until 1958 and just 10 years ago, there were still approximately 600 vaquitas swimming in the ocean.
Northern White Rhino
The subspecies of the white rhino is down to its last three known individuals—none of which can have children. The two females, a mother-daughter pair named Najin and Fatu are unable to bear young leaving our last hopes in the hands of Sudan, the very last male from the northern white rhino line. He’s also 43 years old.
This list of endangered species is an important thing to take note of—you can educate yourself of animals possibly endangered in your area that you may be able to help protect and save.
These animals have a chance to survive if people are informed and passionate about conservation—so what are some endangered species that we may have missed that you hope can survive well past the year 2017? Feel free to tell us why they’re important and what we can do to protect them in the comments!

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    Species have gone extinct since the beginning of life. Why do we believe they no longer should? Yes, it will be a shame to lose some of them, but isn’t it part of nature? Aren’t we a part of nature?

    • Jeffery Pritchett

      Half of the world’s wildlife population is dead thanks to humanity as most of you sit back and worship an administration that treats the Earth like garbage and continues to use it for a cigarette ashtray whilst they say Jesus Loves you.

  • Firmament Does Exist

    Pritchett click bait

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