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  • What If We Knew the Time the Earth Will Die?

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    Ah, the planet Earth, our beautiful home. We’d like to believe it will be around forever, but what if it isn't? Aliens, comets, weapons of mass destruction, black holes, even the Sun could destroy the Earth. What's It going to be? How will it affect you, or your descendents? And would we be able to stop it?

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  • What If Extinct Animals Could Be Brought Back to Life?

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    What do saber-toothed tigers, woolly mammoths and the dodo all have in common?

    They're all extinct, and some theorize humans played a large part in this. What if we could bring them back? What if we could apologize for our wrongdoings as a species and welcome these creatures onto our planet again? Is it scientifically possible?

    One day, this might not be a hypothetical, as science is getting closer to bringing extinct animals back. Known as de-extinction, it’s the process of bringing extinct animals back from the dead. What used to be science fiction is slowly becoming a reality.

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  • What If the Neanderthals Had Not Gone Extinct?

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    Neanderthal DNA is 99.7% identical to our own, and researchers claim that some humans might be carrying as much as 2% of the Neanderthal genome. Making things even weirder is that scientists recently recovered a nearly complete DNA sequence from a 50,000-year-old Neanderthal skeleton.

    So in theory, Neanderthals could make a comeback. But how would they adapt? And how long would they survive?

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  • What If We Are Not the First Advanced Civilization on Earth?

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    It's no secret that humans are the Earth's most dominant species. And, without proof of life anywhere else in the Universe, we can probably consider ourselves the most dominant species in space too.

    But what if there were others just like us millions of years ago? How do we even know that we're the first advanced civilization to call planet Earth home? And, if there have been others, what kind of traces have they left for us to find?

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  • What If You Were the Last Person on Earth?

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    So you wake up one day and find that you're the only person left in the world. Kind of cool, right? No obligations, no rules, no limits. Go nuts!

    Actually, go for the exotic fruits first. If your mangos and bananas are imported from overseas, chances are they'll be hard to get to. So eat them while you can, and enjoy every last bite.

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  • What If Dinosaurs Never Went Extinct?

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    How cool would it be to see a real life T-Rex? If only that one fatal asteroid never hit Earth.

    Would dinosaurs still be alive today? Would they have evolved? Would humans have survived this long? Could we ever learn to co-exist?

    Until 66 million years ago, dinosaurs of all shapes and sizes roamed the Earth. Intelligent, adaptable, and sometimes weighing as much as two jetplanes, it’s hard to believe that it only took one rock to wipe them all out. Of course, this was no ordinary rock.

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  • What If The Gigantopithecus Didnt Go Extinct?

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    What If The Gigantopithecus Didn't Go Extinct?
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  • When Will We All Die?: The Statistics of Human Extinction

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  • We Asked People If They Care About Homo Sapien Extinction

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    The U.N. released a big report this week that says among other things, that more than a million species of plants and animals are facing extinction. This is something we need to act on, so to raise awareness, we went out on the street to ask people if they were worried about one endangered species in particular - 'Homo Sapiens.' Homo Sapiens, of course, are humans. So we asked humans if they care about the extinction of humans, and this is what we got back.

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    We Asked People If They Care About Homo Sapien Extinction

  • Why it’s time to think about human extinction | Dr David Suzuki

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    After listening to this ep with Dr David Suzuki, you’ll never be the same again. The environmentalist, activist, professor of genetics and science broadcaster hits us with some home truths about what our future will look like if we continue to live the way we have been. What will life be like for our children and grandchildren? Can the damage we’ve done to the planet be reversed? Is extinction of the human race imminent?

    We talk about population control, the importance of renewable energy and discuss what we can do right now in our own lives that can actually make a difference. This is for anyone who cares about the future of mankind.

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    00:00 Introduction to Dr David Suzuki
    20:06 Why humanity has only got 1 minute left to live
    25:25 Humans are the only species that don't care about their own children
    29:17 Educate yourself on politics or don't complain about the government
    36:26 Can we be saved from our own extinction?
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  • 10 Extinct Animals We Shouldnt Bring Back

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    Scientists these days are serious about bringing animals extinct millions of years ago back to life. They even have a list of candidates, which includes the woolly mammoth, dodo, mastodon, and Tasmanian tiger. However, the animals you’re about to see are not desirable and will not be loved by humans. Those scary monsters from the past won’t do anyone any good.

    TIMESTAMPS
    Meganeura 1:25
    Phoberomys pattersoni 2:25
    Dunkleosteus 3:25
    Helicoprion 4:22
    Deinosuchus 5:14
    Gigantopithecus 6:12
    Megapiranha 6:55
    The Giant Short-Faced Bear 7:50
    Titanoboa cerrejonensis 8:41
    Megalodon 9:15

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    SUMMARY
    -Meganeura, which was actually a griffinfly, was a bit smaller than a crow and had a wingspan of about 2.3 ft. A Meganeura’s diet consisted of insects, invertebrates, and small amphibians.
    -Phoberomys pattersoni (also known as “guinea-zilla”) weighed 1,500 lb and was 4.9 ft tall. It’d be impossible not to scream if you saw a buffalo-like rodent charging at you.
    -A prehistoric cannibal. Dunkleosteus was not a part of the shark family but was an arthropod or placoderm fish. Its bite was as powerful as that of the Tyrannosaurus rex and modern crocodiles.
    -Helicoprion was 35 ft long with shark-like features and was twice the size of the largest known great white shark. Its tooth whorl, which consisted of 15 to 18 serrated teeth, worked like a circular saw when eating its prey.
    -Deinosuchus was related to the alligator and could grow up to 39 ft long. They preyed on sea turtles and dinosaurs.
    -Gigantopithecus, which translates to “big ape,” was a relative of orangutans. Its teeth, which were falsely branded as “dragon teeth,” were made to grind and chew plants, bamboo in particular.
    -Megapiranhas were 2.3 ft long and weighed 20–30 lb. The megapiranha had a bite force of 279–1,069 lb.
    -Around 500,000 to 2 million years ago, the giant short-faced bear was the most powerful carnivore around. Its scientific name was “Arctodus simus,” and it weighed between 2,000 and 3,500 lb.
    -Titanoboa cerrejonensis’ length was about 40–45 ft, and its average weight was 1.25 tons. Titanoboa looked like a boa constrictor but behaved like an anaconda.
    -Megalodon was the largest shark to ever live on Earth. Its teeth were 5” to 7” in height and had a bite force of 24,400–41,000 lb.

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  • What If Megalodon Sharks Never Went Extinct?

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    Would you ever venture into the ocean if you knew this creature could be lurking beneath you? It's twice the size of a T. rex, its jaws are big enough to crush cars, and it can swallow multiple humans at a time! This ancient beast is called a megalodon shark, and if it had never become extinct, it would have a surprisingly large impact on our lives. How would they change the way we use our oceans?

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  • Climate Change - Why we are heading for extinction and what to do about it

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    Roger Hallam is co-founder of the Radical Think Tank. His PhD studies looked at protest movements and revolutionary campaigns and what factors make them successful.

    After several practical campaigns, including wins for precarious workers, a student rent strike, and a divestment campaign at Kings College London, he is turning his hand to climate change.

    In this lecture, delivered at KCL in April, he first outlines the bleak current scientific thinking on man-made climate change, then presents the results of his campaigning research, and finally invites people to join a massive civil disobedience movement to force real change and quite possibly save mankind.

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  • Bret and Heather 36th DarkHorse Podcast Livestream: Doing the Math on Sensemaking

    1:17:23

    In this 36th in a series of live discussions with Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying (both PhDs in Biology), we discuss mafia tactics among Louisville #BLM, and the mainstream media being Missing In Action. Why we shouldn’t abandon history, or defund math. A short lesson in density dependence, and why “subways are safe!” is an insufficient (and dangerously simplistic) rubric for the New York Times to be advocating. On COVID-19, we talk about testing regimes, lingering effects of the disease among those who have “recovered”, and a DIY vaccine.

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  • Saving the sparrows of India from extinction | Mohammed Dilawar | TEDxGodaPark

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    Mohammed Dilawar speaks about the issue of declining amount of common bird species in India and around the world. He also shares a simple idea of crowdsourcing bird conservation, which led to a dramatic increase in common bird species in Nashik. Mohammed Dilawar is a name that has become synonymous with sparrow conservation, he has done some phenomenal work in the field of conservation. He started sparrow conservation 10 years ago while he was teaching in a college.

    Starting out as a volunteer at the grassroots level conducting surveys and creating awareness about conservation. He joined the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) project in 2006, and started the project Safeguarding Key IBA sites of India. He headed the Project Decline of House Sparrows in the Urban Sub-Habitats of India and worked on the report submitted to the MoEF on Impacts of Cell Phone Towers on Wildlife and Bees.

    He is presently working on the Common Bird Monitoring of India Program which will help in the monitoring 18 common bird species of India.

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  • Roger Hallam | World Web Forum 2020 | Extinction Rebellion

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    'Time For Courage!' Roger Hallam urges business executives and leaders to have the courage to take action. He is empowering radical change by hosting his only workshop in Switzerland at WorldWebForum in Zurich on January 17, 2020. [

    He calls for action beyond talk, and demonstrates his courage by going shirtless before an audience of 2000 business leaders.

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  • LIVE DEBATE – Dont Bring Extinct Creatures Back to Life

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    What if woolly mammoths could walk the planet once again? De-extinction – or the process of creating an organism which is a member of, or closely resembles, an extinct species – was once a sci-fi fantasy only imaginable in films like “Jurassic Park.” But recent biological and technological breakthroughs indicate that reviving extinct creatures could become a reality. Even if advancements get us there, should we do it?


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    Dr. George Church - Professor of Genetics, Harvard and MIT & Founder, Personal Genome Project

  • Kaushik Basu How Might the Pandemic Change the World Economy?

    58:30

    While policymakers around the world are in fire-fighting mode, trying to keep the economies in their charge running and the mysterious pandemic under control, the global terrain beneath our feet is shifting. Which countries will emerge as winners and losers in the new global landscape?

    Professor Kaushik Basu, joins us to explore what the post-pandemic world may look like. As he envisions heightening tensions between labor interests and the interests of the capital-owning class he argues that a nation’s ultimate success will depend on how it manages this tension. Will the process of globalization witness a setback or will it surprise us by speeding up? The discussion will explore why it might indeed be the latter, and the new challenges that this will give rise to.

    Dr. Kaushik Basu is the Carl Marks Professor of International Studies at Cornell University, the President of International Economic Association, and member of INET’s Commission on Global Economic Transformation. He was Chief Economist of the World Bank from 2012 to 2016 and has served as the Chief Economic Adviser to the Government of India. He is the author of several books, including Beyond the Invisible Hand: Groundwork for a New Economics.

  • Some Dinosaur Groups Diminishing Before Mass Extinction: Live Chat with Museum Scientists

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    On May 10, the American Museum of Natural History and Wired Science hosted a live webcast discussion about new research on dinosaur extinction. The study shows that some dinosaur groups were already on the decline around the time an asteroid hit at the end of the Cretaceous.

    Brandon Keim, an associate editor at Wired Science, moderated the discussion with two of the paper's co-authors: Mark Norell, chair of the Museum's Division of Paleontology, and Steve Brusatte, a Columbia University graduate student affiliated with the Museum's Division of Paleontology. Norell and Brusatte also answered questions submitted through email and Twitter.

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  • Guy McPherson 24/08/2019 - Global Dimming, Climate Omerta, Extinction Rebellion, Recession

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    Dr Guy McPherson, Professor Emeritus, Conservation biologist explains climate change and the risk of near term human extinction.

    Subjects include global dimming (aerosol masking effect) and the McPherson Paradox and the matter of geoingineering. The catastrophic consequences of even a moderate economic recession and subsequent slowing industrial activity. The strange slowness of the scientific process. Deep state shenanigans & the climate. Sociopaths & their strategy. The elite hoarding resources. The job of spreading the truth about climate issues. Veganism. Prepping. Collapse, extinction and total biological annihilation.

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  • John McDougall MD on COVID19 & Climate Change

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    In this passionate interview Dr. McDougall refers to COVID-19 as the climate comet to unite humanity to avoid extinction and asks, Shall we delay for a more serious calamity? COVID26? More time is not an option,. Dr. McDougall is back with even more fire in his belly to ignite a global conversation so please share this interview with family, friends, colleagues, and quite frankly anyone with a pulse. We must wake people up, there is nothing new under the sun. We have the answer in our hands, or on our plates so to speak.

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  • Net Loss: New Abundance Estimate Reveals That Mexico’s Vaquita Faces Imminent Extinction

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    7:06 Why Vaquita Are Dying
    9:53 Video of Vaquita in their Natural Habitat
    20:26 The Relationship Between Fish and Vaquita
    30:44 The Severity of the Vaquita Decline
    49:35 Why We Should Care About Vaquita
    52:04 The Role of the Consumer in Vaquita Decline

    (Visit: Barbara Taylor of the National Marine Fisheries Service Southwest Fisheries Science Center, who participated in the last effort to save the recently extinct Chinese River Dolphin, or Baiji, gives a detailed chronicle of her involvement in documenting the decline of earth’s most endangered marine mammal, the Vaquita, found only in the Sea of Cortez, Mexico. Their primary threat is death in gillnets, which until very recently supplied shrimp to the U.S. market. The catastrophic 80% decline since 2011 results from illegal sales of endangered totoaba swim bladders to China. Recorded on 06/13/2016. Series: Jeffrey B. Graham Perspectives on Ocean Science Lecture Series [7/2016] [Science] [Show ID: 30921]

  • Why Are Bananas Going Extinct?

    3:53

    A new fungus called Panama Disease Tropical Race 4 is threatening to eliminate all the Cavendish bananas! Why is this a big deal, and are we able save this delicious fruit? Watch as Trace and Tara discuss this growing concern.

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    How the global banana industry is killing the world's favorite fruit

    During harvest last year, banana farmers in Jordan and Mozambique made a chilling discovery.

    Has The End Of The Banana Arrived?

    Researchers fear that a relentless and virulent fungus could cripple the world's banana monoculture.

    Can This Fruit Be Saved?

    The banana as we know it is on a crash course toward extinction. For scientists, the battle to resuscitate the world's favorite fruit has begun - a race against time that just may be too late to win.

    Chiquita says banana blight threat not imminent (PHOTOS)

    A banana blight is a threat to crops, but the folks at Chiquita Brands International Inc.of Charlotte says there's no cause for alarm.

    A horrifying disease is threatening to destroy the world's bananas

    The U.N. is warning of the 'massive destruction' of the world's banana crop.

    About 1,200 banana varieties - blue, black, maroon, yellow - 'Dutch Elm disease' KO'd Big Mike

    Did you know the 'Gros' Michel, or 'Big Mike,' banana, a tastier banana than the current yellow Cavendish variety, was the common banana sold until the early 1960s when it was infected by a fungus called Panama disease similar to Dutch Elm?


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  • Technology & the Extinction of Romance: Dissecting Love | Debra Laino | TEDxWilmingtonSalon

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    After wondering what happened to her date after a few weeks, Deb realized she had been “ghosted”.

    She synthesized 20 years of research on dating and human behavior, realizing that it’s very easy to be “disposable” because of others' flaky behavior.

    The result is that relationships are sub par. We become less decisive and less satisfied in relationships.

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    Roger Hallam urges business and political leaders everywhere have the courage to take action. He is empowering radical change by hosting his only workshop in Switzerland at Worldwebforum in Zurich today to make people act, and not just talk about extinction rebellion. #Worldwebforum #extinctionrebellion That's a wrap! The Worldwebforum 2020 has ended. Thank you to all our sponsors and participants. Enjoy the highlights of this year’s event.

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    Dr. Terry Root & Dr. Stuart L. Pimm discuss recent research showing human beings are responsible for high extinction rates of species across the globe, and explain how we can prevent a sixth major extinction event

  • Helen Pilcher: Bring Back the King: The New Science of De-extinction | Talks at Google

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    Helen Pilcher has a PhD in cell biology and is an avid science writer, but she also performs comedy, comperes live events, and trains people to write and talk about science.

    She paid Google a visit to talk about de-extinction: Bringing back extinct animals through modern technology. With lots of humor and knowledge she discusses what is possible today, what might be possible in the future, and which of these possibilities we should use. What about certain types of frogs? The woolly mammoth? Or Elvis Presley? And what would be the consequences of bringing back these animals?

  • How Can We Stop Sharks From Going Extinct?

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    Watch Antonelli discuss design's response to impending extinction in the first movie from our Dezeen Day conference.

    Paola Antonelli, MoMA's senior curator of architecture and design, kicked off Dezeen's inaugural conference on 30 October with a keynote that addressed the inevitability of human extinction, and the importance of thinking about our legacy.

    We will become extinct, she said. We don't have control over that fact, but we have some control over the when and quite a bit of control over the how.

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  • Extinction of Mainland and Island Mammoth Populations in Alaska 6,000 Years

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    Dr. Duane Froese, University of Alberta, presents new research on the extinction of mammoths and other megafauna from Arctic North America and the causes of the final extinction of a population on St. Paul Island, Alaska, about 6000 years ago.

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  • Near-Term Human Extinction Hospice Conversation - part 1

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  • Beth Shapiro: Species Extinction

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    What makes species go extinct? Evolutionary biologist Beth Shapiro explores the influences of climate and humans in determining species extinction. By analyzing the genes of ancient plants and animals, she traces the complex relationship between environment and the extinction and evolution of species.

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  • Why we need to save Agriculture from extinction | Hunter Anderson | TEDxYouth@MBJH

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    Hunter Anderson shares about her double life and what she has learned through her experience about the industry of agriculture. She has seen the path that agriculture is headed down and knows there needs to be a change. Hunter Anderson is a ninth-grade student at Mountain Brook Junior High. She is a part-time cowgirl who enjoys running track and hanging out with her friends. Additionally, she is on her school’s math team and likes maintaining a challenging academic schedule. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

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    This public talk filmed on 11th October 2018, run by members of the Rising Up Network, explains why we are entering a climate apocalypse.

    Based upon award winning PhD research on effective campaign mobilisation, Roger Hallam outlines the political response necessary to maximise the chances of avoiding the extinction we are presently racing towards.

    This talk is being held in towns and cities all around the country in preparation for large scale civil disobedience activities this autumn.
    Rising Up is a growing and diverse network of activists and campaigners who are involved in nonviolent direct action campaigns on social justice and environmental issues.

    We are coordinating a national nonviolent action against the UK government this November to demand emergency action in response to the threat of ecological collapse.
    The talk includes Q&A. A Nonviolent Direct Action Training Session to create a local affinity group is presently being organised to follow this talk.

  • Can We Reverse Extinction? | Future Thinking | BRITLAB

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  • Permian-Triassic Mayhem: Earths Largest Mass Extinction

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  • Do you know that the Antarctic near is extinct?

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    Polar bear (scientific name: Ursus maritimus) is a type of bears found in the Arctic region extending across northern Alaska, Canada, Russia, Norway, and Greenland and around. The polar bear is currently the largest carnivorous land mammal, and is classified with the Kodiak bear (Ursus arctos middendorffi, a brown bear breed) as the undisputed largest of the bears. [4] [5] An adult male polar bear weighs between 400 and 680 kilograms (1-800 - 880 lbs), while a female reaches half this size. [6] Although these animals are considered to be close to brown bears, they developed a much narrower lifestyle than that of their relatives, as many of their physical characteristics became adapted to life in a low-temperature environment, for walking on snow, ice, swimming in open water, and hunting seals Which make up the majority of her diet. [7] Although most polar bears are born on land, they spend most of their time on the sea, hence the scientific name that means marine bear, and they hunt constantly on sea ice, where they spend most of the year.

    The polar bear is classified as a minimum endangered species, as 5 out of 19 populations are currently in decline. [8] [9] Overfishing has resulted in many decades of increasing global fear about the future of this species; However, his population showed recovery and an increase in the number of its members after it imposed strict laws to protect it in most of the countries that inhabited it. The polar bear has been a fundamental symbol in the material, spiritual, and cultural life of the Arctic indigenous peoples for thousands of years, and polar bears are still considered one of the most important manifestations in their civilizations to this day.

    The World Conservation Union puts global warming first in the list of reasons leading to the decline of polar bears, as the melting of their habitat of marine ice sheets makes it difficult for them to hunt enough of the game. If the global temperature continues to rise along these lines, the polar bear may become extinct within 100 years, the union researchers say. On May 14, 2008, the US Department of the Interior placed the polar bear on the List of Threatened Animals under the Threatened Species Act.
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    There are only two Northern White Rhinos left on the planet. How can we reverse extinction to save them and use the lessons learned to help other endangered species? Marisa L. Korody, PhD of the San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research shares how scientists are using the latest in stem cell technology for a genetic rescue. [10/2019] [Show ID: 35227]

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