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Plans to reintroduce golden eagles to Wales 200 years after they were driven to extinction

Snowdonia, the Brecon Beacons and  the west Wales coast are areas being looked at for the birds of prey to re-populate
Wales Online - Published

TomatoFest Reports Loss of Honeybees and Insect Species Worldwide Threatens to Compromise the Food Chain and Foretells a Catastrophic Collapse of Nature’s Ecosystems

The plight of one beekeeper is symptomatic of an existential threat to the functioning of all ecosystems. We are in a crisis! LITTLE RIVER, Calif. (PRWEB) February 18, 2019 Gary Ibsen, founder of..
PRWeb - Published

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'Survivor: Edge of Extinction' - Probst's Pick to Win [Video]'Survivor: Edge of Extinction' - Probst's Pick to Win

Survivor host Jeff Probst reveals his pick to win the show's most recent season.

Credit: Entertainment Weekly     Duration: 00:49Published

McGowan, Westwood and Extinction Rebellion, protest comes to Fashion Week [Video]McGowan, Westwood and Extinction Rebellion, protest comes to Fashion Week

The designer sings on stage with a colourful collection as actress Rose McGowan takes part in the theatrics, whilst enviromental protests blocked London's streets. Rough cut (no reporter..

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 02:09Published

'Survivor: Edge of Extinction' - Jeff Probst Impressions [Video]'Survivor: Edge of Extinction' - Jeff Probst Impressions

The cast of 'Survivor: Edge of Extinction' does their best impressions of host Jeff Probst.

Credit: Entertainment Weekly     Duration: 01:15Published

The Survivor Alumni Returning For Edge Of Extinction Discuss Their New Strategies [Video]The Survivor Alumni Returning For Edge Of Extinction Discuss Their New Strategies

Returning castaways Joe Anglim, Kelley Wentworth, Aubry Bracco, and David Wright talk about how their Survivor pasts could hopefully help their Survivor futures. Don't miss the season premiere of..

Credit: CBS     Duration: 01:40Published

The Castaways Of Survivor: Edge Of Extinction Reveal Their Biggest Inspiration [Video]The Castaways Of Survivor: Edge Of Extinction Reveal Their Biggest Inspiration

The latest batch of Survivor castaways discuss who they draw their inspiration from in everyday life. Don't miss the season premiere of Survivor: Edge of Extinction on Wednesday, Feb. 20 at 8/7c on CBS..

Credit: CBS     Duration: 01:19Published

'Survivor: Edge of Extinction' - Probst on Men to Watch [Video]'Survivor: Edge of Extinction' - Probst on Men to Watch

'Survivor: Edge of Extinction' host Jeff Probst reveals the men to watch on the upcoming season.

Credit: Entertainment Weekly     Duration: 02:12Published

Survivor: Edge of Extinction Opening Titles [Video]Survivor: Edge of Extinction Opening Titles

The 38th season of Survivor premieres Wednesday, February 20th at 8/7c. Only CBS

Credit: CBS     Duration: 01:24Published

Australian leaders warned: act now to save koalas [Video]Australian leaders warned: act now to save koalas

The President of WWF International has warned Australian leaders that the nation's iconic marsupial, the koala, is at risk of extinction due to high rates of deforestation. Gracie Jerome..

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 01:07Published

Romeo has Found Love While Saving Species [Video]Romeo has Found Love While Saving Species

Has Romeo made a love connection? He may be soon playing the dating game. Romeo is the last male of his species, and the search was on to find him a romantic partner to keep the species alive. Romeo..

Credit: Human Nature     Duration: 01:26Published

Rapidly Declining Insect Numbers 'Threaten Collapse of Nature' [Video]Rapidly Declining Insect Numbers 'Threaten Collapse of Nature'

Rapidly Declining Insect Numbers 'Threaten Collapse of Nature' Insect species could die out within the next 100 years.

Credit: NYDN tronc     Duration: 01:24Published

'Survivor: Edge of Extinction' - Contestants' Bold Predictions [Video]'Survivor: Edge of Extinction' - Contestants' Bold Predictions

The cast of 'Survivor: Edge of Extinction' share their wildest predictions for the new season.

Credit: Entertainment Weekly     Duration: 02:23Published

Loss of Insect Species Threatens All Life on Earth [Video]Loss of Insect Species Threatens All Life on Earth

More than 40% of insect species are shrinking in numbers at an alarming rate. The primary cause of this is the agriculture industry's use of harmful pesticides.

Credit: Internet Brands - Home     Duration: 01:24Published

'Survivor: Edge of Extinction' - Probst on Returning Players [Video]'Survivor: Edge of Extinction' - Probst on Returning Players

'Survivor: Edge of Extinction' host Jeff Probst reveals the strengths of returning players.

Credit: Entertainment Weekly     Duration: 01:47Published

Science May be the Last Hope for Chocolate Which Experts Say Could Be Extinct by 2050 [Video]Science May be the Last Hope for Chocolate Which Experts Say Could Be Extinct by 2050

The world's chocolate supply is quickly dying, but there is hope. Buzz60's Tony spitz has the details.

Credit: Buzz60     Duration: 01:20Published

Need 2 Know: Border Deal, Insect Extinction [Video]Need 2 Know: Border Deal, Insect Extinction

These are the headlines you Need 2 Know for Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2019.

Credit: Cheddar Inc.     Duration: 10:56Published

Does Rapid Death Of Insects Mean Impending Extinction? [Video]Does Rapid Death Of Insects Mean Impending Extinction?

Business Insider reports a recent loss of insects may be more of a threat than may be believed. Studies suggest this could trigger a "catastrophic collapse of Earth's ecosystems." The research..

Credit: Wochit     Duration: 00:32Published

Report: Insect Decline Could be 'Catastrophic' Across the Globe [Video]Report: Insect Decline Could be 'Catastrophic' Across the Globe

A new study reveals the number of insects around the world are declining, a decline researchers say could be “catastrophic.”

Credit: Veuer     Duration: 01:04Published

Insect Apocalypse: 40% of world species threatened with extinction, report finds [Video]Insect Apocalypse: 40% of world species threatened with extinction, report finds

Insect Apocalypse: 40% of world species threatened with extinction, report finds

Credit: Euronews English     Duration: 00:54Published

'Survivor: Edge of Extinction' - Probst on Women to Watch [Video]'Survivor: Edge of Extinction' - Probst on Women to Watch

'Survivor: Edge of Extinction' host Jeff Probst shares this season's women to watch.

Credit: Entertainment Weekly     Duration: 02:26Published

'Survivor: Edge of Extinction' - Shocked Tribal Council Expressions [Video]'Survivor: Edge of Extinction' - Shocked Tribal Council Expressions

The cast of 'Survivor: Edge of Extinction' gives their best tribal council looks.

Credit: Entertainment Weekly     Duration: 02:04Published

New Strange Marine Creatures Change Evolution Theory [Video]New Strange Marine Creatures Change Evolution Theory

A new study revealed that, contrary to popular belief, strong temperatures do not speed up evolution.

Credit: FYINews     Duration: 01:01Published

'Survivor: Edge of Extinction' - Returning Player Advantage [Video]'Survivor: Edge of Extinction' - Returning Player Advantage

'Survivor: Edge of Extinction' host Jeff Probst breaks down why returning players are so successful.

Credit: Entertainment Weekly     Duration: 01:21Published

Rare Baby Tapir Born At Edinburgh Zoo [Video]Rare Baby Tapir Born At Edinburgh Zoo

Edinburgh Zoo welcomed their new tapir calf on 31 January. Born to mother Sayang and father Mowgli, he’s the eighth tapir calf to have been born at the zoo since 2007.

Credit: HuffPost UK STUDIO     Duration: 00:47Published

'Monster Hunter' Movie Gets A Release Date [Video]'Monster Hunter' Movie Gets A Release Date

According to ComicBook.com, production for Milla Jovovich's Monster Hunter movie is well underway with Paul W.S. Anderson directing. Jovovich, who is best known for her roll as “Alice” in the..

Credit: Wochit Entertainment     Duration: 00:38Published

'Survivor: Edge of Extinction' - Jeff Probst Why Bring Back Returning Players [Video]'Survivor: Edge of Extinction' - Jeff Probst Why Bring Back Returning Players

Jeff Probst reveals the reasoning behind the returning cast members on this season of 'Survivor.'

Credit: Entertainment Weekly     Duration: 01:35Published

 

Motion Picture Sound Editors Give Top Awards to ‘A Quiet Place,’ ‘Bohemian Rhapsody,’ ‘Spider-Man’

motion picture sound editors give top awards to ‘a quiet place,’ ‘bohemian rhapsody,’ ‘spider-man’
“Bohemian Rhapsody” and “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” were among the winners at the Motion Picture Sound Editors’ 2019 Golden Reel Awards, which recognize sound editing in film,..
The Wrap - Published

Birds Die In Paradise – OpEd

The migratory birds escaping the Siberian cold and finding shelter in the mossy and pine forest sof Mount Pulag have nothing to be happy about come March 3 International Day of Wildlife, they have..
Eurasia Review - Published

Indigenous Hunters Have Positive Impacts On Food Webs In Desert Australia

Australia has the highest rate of mammal extinction in the world. Resettlement of indigenous communities resulted in the spread of invasive species, the absence of human-set fires, and a general..
Eurasia Review - Published

Bid to return Golden and White-tailed eagle species

bid to return golden and white-tailed eagle species
Golden and White-tailed eagles were driven to extinction in Wales in the 1800s.
BBC News - Published Also reported by •BBC Local News

The climate change protester from Extinction Rebellion branch in Leicester who is 'happy to go to prison' - if that's what it takes

the climate change protester from extinction rebellion branch in leicester who is 'happy to go to prison' - if that's what it takes
'If it takes filling the prisons of this country with grannies to get a change then let's do that'
Leicester Mercury - Published

Plan to plant genetically engineered trees throughout US to save dying forests

Inserting genes to protect against foreign diseases and pests could bring species back from brink of extinction
Independent - Published

Insects need a marketing campaign to save them - it's time to adopt a dung beetle

insects need a marketing campaign to save them - it's time to adopt a dung beetle
Bugs are crawling towards extinction
Cornish Guardian - Published Also reported by •The CornishmanWest Briton

Hundreds of endangered animals at risk of extinction as authorities fail to crack down on wildlife trade

'New trends in wildlife trade can develop quickly, with some species going from common to near extinction in just a few years', says study co-author
Independent - Published

Climate protesters halt Gloucestershire County Council meeting

climate protesters halt gloucestershire county council meeting
BBC Local News: Gloucestershire -- Extinction Rebellion urged a council to allocate 10% of its budget to fund "climate emergency action".
BBC Local News - Published

Megalodon: Mystery behind extinction of prehistoric 60ft shark may have been solved

Massive predator may have died out due to rise of great whites, scientists say
Independent - Published

Sleepwalking towards the insectopocalypse

Two-fifths of insect species face extinction within the next few decades
FT.com - Published

'Bobbies on the beat' being eradicated by police cuts, government warned

Traditional British policing 'on its knees and facing extinction', Police Federation says
Independent - Published

No deal Brexit: 'Food businesses facing extinction'

no deal brexit: 'food businesses facing extinction'
The CEO of the Food and Drink Federation gives a dire warning of the impact of a no deal.
BBC News - Published

No-deal Brexit would leave many businesses facing 'extinction', warns food industry chief

UK food industry has already threatened to stop cooperating with the government if politicians do not focus on Brexit
Independent - Published

Mass insect extinction within a century threatens 'catastrophic' collapse of nature's ecosystems, scientists warn

Agricultural pesticides, pollution and climate change wiping out species at 'alarming' rate, according to global scientific review
Independent - Published

Mining corporations threaten newly discovered hummingbird with extinction

'For every habitat we lose, we eliminate a stronghold for numerous species - and this can mean extinction'
Independent - Published

The story of the UK's oldest record shop Spillers and the woman who saved it from extinction

the story of the uk's oldest record shop spillers and the woman who saved it from extinction
Spillers is thriving and it's thanks to Ashli Todd
Wales Online - Published

Nearly extinct bird has twitchers flocking to Devon school playing field

nearly extinct bird has twitchers flocking to devon school playing field
The bittern, which was on the verge of extinction until 2017, is famous for its booming call which can be heard up to three miles away
Tiverton Mid Devon Gazette - Published Also reported by •Exeter Express and EchoWestern Morning NewsTorquay Herald ExpressNorth Devon Journal

Human cravings for meat is pushing hundreds of Earth's biggest animals toward extinction

human cravings for meat is pushing hundreds of earth's biggest animals toward extinction
Scientists at Oregon State University College of Forestry found at least 200 of Earth's largest creatures are decreasing dramatically and more than 150 face being killed off completely.
MailOnline - Published

A Mass Die-In to highlight global warming in Churchill Square 

Members of Extinction Rebellion Brighton drew shoppers attention to the threat of climate change, by staging a mass die-in in the busy Churchill Square shopping centre. William Ranieri caught up with..
The Latest - Published

Poachers driving African parrots to extinction in spiralling 'exotic' pet trade, investigation finds

New video reveals how poachers cram birds into crates to be sold to Asia and Middle East
Independent - Published

How the 'Great dying' killed the planet: Earth's largest extinction event wiped out plants first

how the 'great dying' killed the planet: earth's largest extinction event wiped out plants first
Scientists have shed new light on how the largest mass extinction in the history of Earth wiped out 90 per cent of all life on the planet around 250 million years ago.
MailOnline - Published

Iguana-sized cousin of the dinosaurs is discovered in Antarctica

iguana-sized cousin of the dinosaurs is discovered in antarctica
The presence of the meat eating 'Antarctic king' showed how life bounced back after mass extinction with unique animals before the South Pole became a frozen wasteland.
MailOnline - Published

You could be helping to drive sharks to extinction

Endangered sharks found in Asian wholesaler, fishmongers - and even the chippie
North Devon Journal - Published Also reported by •Western Morning NewsExeter Express and EchoTiverton Mid Devon GazetteTorquay Herald Express

Shark on UK plates highlights trade in endangered species

shark on uk plates highlights trade in endangered species
You could be unwittingly eating sharks that are on the brink of extinction, a study suggests.
BBC News - Published Also reported by •BBC Local News

In search of an elegant man

Once we had Sinatra. Now we have Rees-Mogg. Is elegance on the brink of extinction?
FT.com - Published

EMB 00:01 Climate change pushing eels in Europe towards extinction, study shows

Numbers of the vulnerable fish have plummeted by over 90 per cent in recent decades
Independent - Published

Traffic held up by 100 'extinction rebellion' protesters in Yeovil

traffic held up by 100 'extinction rebellion' protesters in yeovil
This is why you may have been held up in town
Blackmore Vale - Published

Odd duckbilled sea reptile thrived after ancient global calamity

In shallow warm seas about 247 million years ago in what is now China, an oddball marine reptile flourished in the aftermath of Earth's worst mass extinction, possessing a duckbilled snout and..
Reuters - Published

Climate change: male infertility caused by heatwaves may result in mass extinction

New information from sperm studies could help identify species most vulnerable, says Kris Sales
Independent - Published

Coffee species face extinction, report says

coffee species face extinction, report says
Sixty per cent of the world's coffee plants are on the edge of extinction, a report claims.
BBC News - Published

Extinction Rebellion to hold 'die-in' protest at Bristol Airport - this is what you need to know

extinction rebellion to hold 'die-in' protest at bristol airport - this is what you need to know
The protest group has previously stopped Bristol traffic with discos and samba bands
Bristol Post - Published

Hundreds more species under threat of extinction than previously thought, scientists say

'This indicates that urgent re-assessment is needed of the current statuses of animal species'
Independent - Published

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