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Bbear  (Level: 159.3 - Posts: 2301)
Tue, 27th Jan '09 11:42 PM


Just terrific!! Thanks.

Bigdavy  (Level: 128.4 - Posts: 525)
Wed, 28th Jan '09 12:33 AM

Interesting, informative, and unfortunately a bit sad.

Thanks for a good WP!


Salzypat  (Level: 154.4 - Posts: 5295)
Wed, 28th Jan '09 12:34 AM

very interesting WP. Didn't do too well as far as time and letters used, but kept my points - and I learned some things, so great work OC!

Sandracam  (Level: 149.3 - Posts: 4190)
Wed, 28th Jan '09 12:35 AM

like peppermint candy. hard but good. thanks!

Slicko  (Level: 223.9 - Posts: 1609)
Wed, 28th Jan '09 5:48 AM

It was kinda sad but very well put together and very interesting

Alvandy  (Level: 225.6 - Posts: 7525)
Wed, 28th Jan '09 4:21 PM

An enlightening puzzle, with a few troubling facts presented.
I had never heard of the acronym CITES until this puzzle.
Humans need to love our planet more if we are going to survive.
Well written!

Jank0614  (Level: 67.1 - Posts: 4597)
Wed, 28th Jan '09 5:02 PM

I enjoyed the puzzle too. But - it seems to me that now that scientists can clone animals, there should actually be no animals in actual danger of extinction.

Nonetheless, if we are good stewards of the earth, there's no need for extinction either, except what happens in the natural. As I understand it, many species have gone extinct in the past and do so now, not just by the hand of man (not the kind that are used for eating or other purposes).

Kaufman  (Level: 253.9 - Posts: 3936)
Wed, 28th Jan '09 6:20 PM

Cloning alone wouldn't be a panacea. There'd be issues of gene pool diversity, plus the fact that if any of the factors leading to endangerment were genetic, the clones would have the same weaknesses.

I also recall that the first clones of complex animals anyway seemed to have shorter lifespans than their naturally born cousins.

Oldcougar  (Level: 217.3 - Posts: 1935)
Wed, 28th Jan '09 6:57 PM

Thanks for the compliments It was as sad to write as it was for you all to do. Sorry for be depressing in the WP but I thought it was a worthy subject & hopefully will lead to a tiny bit more awareness.

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