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#28556 - 11/29/08 08:19 AM Natural habitat
Shawney
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Hi guys,

was wondering if anyone would be interested to take a look on my latest article. Its about natural habitat and climate change...

http://www.findgreenstuff.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1778:an-unnatural-habitat&catid=11:climate-change&Itemid=47

I would be glad to discuss it over.. and have a thought from everyone..

Regards,
Shawn

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#28559 - 11/29/08 01:41 PM Re: Natural habitat [Re: ]
yourmaker316 Offline
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Registered: 11/26/08
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Loc: Delaware, United States of Ame...
Well this is very true, but we ourselves would run into problems trying to save them, like space, food and ice caps. sure we're taking things away from them but it's also an earthly cycle itself.

This global warming vs. life on Earth is a huge domino effect and it's kinda hard to catch a domino in the middle. Trust me I've tried.

I guess zoo are our best quick fix. This is a you rub my back I rub yours on a Earthly animally level and it's in our best interest to go after it.
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#29169 - 01/16/09 07:57 PM Re: Natural habitat [Re: yourmaker316]
The Wolfman Offline
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Registered: 01/05/09
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You could spend months researching this and expand it into a Masters' Thesis. Start by looking at the Humboldt Squid. A Tropical species, up until recently found from Mexico to Peru. A few years back they started pulling them up in Monterey Bay. The "Experts" said it was El Nino that allowed them to move north. Well, now they're being caught off the coast of British Columbia. They're huge, 2 M long, and strong enough to pull a Mexican fisherman under. They could decimate an ecosystem. A creature of mystery; little is known about them because they move quickly and spend the daytime at great depth.

You go, Girl!

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#29893 - 03/18/09 10:05 AM Re: Natural habitat [Re: ]
Singh001 Offline
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Registered: 02/18/09
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Hi,

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CSK


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