I believe the Chinese have set aside some preserves for the panda.Also, zoos around the world are working to keep them from goingextinct with breeding programs.
It's impossible to tell. It depends on how their habitat remains during the course of the next two years and how many offspring are created by the species.
If the Big Bang didn't hit earth many animals such as dinosaurswould still be living now!
There were five major extinction events in the past. They arecalled the Cretaceous-Tertiary (or K-T) extinction event, the lateDevonian mass extinction, the Permian mass extinction, theOrdovician-Silurian mass extinction and the Triassic-Jurassic massextinction event.
No exact answer to what kind of dino it was but here is a informative link that can help. Click the link below labeld "Wyoming Dino"
Technically all of them. Genes are found in almost every cell'snucleus and are made from strands of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid). Amosquito drinks your blood which is made of red and white bloodcells.
no animals were extinct in 2009 it was one of the only years nospecies became extinct in recent history.
I can't find anything for 2009 but the liverpool pigeon becameextinct in 2008 and the alaotra grebe became extinct in 2010. Hopethis helped.
Making of a cell outside of the cell
The Mountain Tapir lives, as the name implies, high in themountains. But their numbers have diminished because farmers haveextended the grasslands for domesticated livestock into themountains.
Make sure no one cuts there habitat down and put a male and a female together on a zoo and thell havebbys
The answer would seem to be, extinct animals are gone forever, so they cannot be considered endangered. However. Sometimes, animals thought to be extinct can be found existing in isolated areas of their former habitat. Two examples are the ivory billed woodpecker and Bachman's warbler of the...
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Most of the animal species that have ever lived are extinct. None of the animal species that are alive today is extinct.
There were several species of mammoth, and each one was a different size. One of the smallest mammoths, the Pygmy Mammoth, was only about 4.5 to 7 ft tall. The largest mammoth and the second largest known terrestrial mammal was the Songhua River mammoth, which stood 17 ft tall, 30 ft long, and...
Humans have impacted the world by pollution and other damaging products. We cut down trees which takes the species homes away, causing them to migrate and adapt to new surroundings. With pollution it harms/kills them.
The length of their canines varied between species, but the longestthey could get is up to 20 inches.
No, they're still alive. You still see some in the Amazon, right?
No, piranhas still thrive in the Amazon River.
When one predator is removed from a food web, their preyÃ¢??spopulation increases. Then, the food source for that prey willdecrease in number from overeating.
If it became extinct, then there would be more of the species offood it ate, and it won't be balanced.
Probaly not. But seals and all land and water animals did.
No, unless they is only one female, they can transfer male DNA intoher womb and hopefully, she'll birth the same species as dad.
Data deficient (not enough information known about the animal) Near threatened Vulnerable Endangered Critically endangered Extinct in the wild (still alive in captivity) Extinct
EW stands for Extinct in the Wild. .
Extinct in the Wild (EW) is a conservation status assigned to species or lower taxa, the only known living members of which are being kept in captivity or as a naturalized population outside its historic range. Examples of such animals include: *...
Shorea cuspidata is a species of plant in the Dipterocarpaceae family. It is endemic to Sarawak , Malaysia . It is incorrectly listed on the IUCN Red List as extinct,  however populations are known to occur in the Bako and Lambir Hills . 
please rephrase your question
No Globigerina still exist in the earths oceans.
I'm assuming you mean a person who studies old things from the past, there is such a thing as a marin archaeologist -- also known as an "underwater archaelogist" They usually end up studying shipwrecks, such as the Titanic, or submerged cities. They require a slightly different skill set from...
I believe a combined measure of poaching and habitat loss hasdriven the Indian tiger to become endangered.
It's the bone that makes them laugh when you tell them a joke.
In chemistry and physics, cohesion refers to the stickingtogether of alike molecules, such as water molecule being attractedto another water molecule. Cohesion also causes water molecules toform drops. .
Together with adhesion It helps to explain the occurrence ofsurface tension and capillary...
It was found in 1969 in southern America by the scientist NeilDiggins.
"A hippo sleeping underwater rises and breathes without waking"says Wikipedia
It might not but some animals can adapt very quick so it alsomight.
Most people think it was because of the world warming up after the ice age, it was too hot for them so they either had to adapt or die. ANSWER Some people believe they were hunted too much, and became extinct.
Saber toothed cats were carnivores. They had specific adaptations for hunting megafaunal mammals. These included bison, mammoths, mastodons, camelops (American camels) etc.
Mother mammoths fed them with milk,just like elephants.After a few months,the baby mammoth will start eating plant material, but it wasn't until the mammoth is two or three years old.
Since Dutch settlement of South Africa began, the quagga washeavily hunted as it competed with domesticated animals for forage.While some individuals were taken to zoos in Europe, breedingprograms were unsuccessful. The last wild population lived in theOrange Free State, and the quagga was extinct...
WHeat takes about 2 months TO GROW
The pterandon was a flying reptile and not a dinosaur as manypeople believe. It is believed that they died out and becameextinct due to a direct meteor hit to the Earth.
The Tahiti Monarch and the Madagascar Pochard
The tiger is at the top of the food chain in all the ecosystems it lives in. As such, it keeps populations of deer, wild pig, antelope and gaur in check. Without the tiger to control them these prey species would expand. This excessive population would then totally ravage its food source -...
People were populating the earth really fast, so they needed morefood, clothes, and shelter, such as tee-pees.
the woolly mammoth died because after the ice age it got to hot forthe mammoth to survive. It was used to the cool climate, and whenit got warmer its huge fur coat overheated them and they died
Yes it costs a lot of money
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Birds. Birds are because they have wings so they can just fly away and be free.
Perhaps you can't, but carbon dating is not used on mineralized fossils. The igneous rock above and below the fossil strata is radiometricly dated, Carbon dating is only good on material containing carbon; material less than 40,000 years old.
Farmers at the edge of forests expand their land thus cutting downthe forest. Logging companies cut down millions of trees per year and don'treplace them.
The reason is because the Ice Age animals were born with warm bodies and fur. At one point in time the sun heated up the earth then melted the snow. The animals died of over heating. Technically they got over heated because of their warm coats for extremely cold weather made them too and they died...
Megalodon sharks are only known from fossilized teeth. Even before the Renaissance, megalodon teeth had been found, but they were believed to be the petrified tongues of dragons or snakes. In 1667, Danish naturalist Nicolaus Steno recognized that they were shark teeth. He revealed his findings in a...
If you dreamed that a jaguar was chasing you it represents speed,agility, and power. However, if you dreamed that the jaguar wasgoing to kill you in represents fear and defeat.
Most brachiopods became extinct about 250 million years ago duringthe P-T Extinction period. Modern day brachiopods do still exist inthe form of lingula.
No-one knows. We can't see its genetic material because it's tooold.
Since jaguars are endangered from a few things, we must helpprotect them. Because they are disappearing, we started to make itillegal to hunt or kill the jaguars. We have zoos and nationalparks. We have breeding programs, programs that breed and set theminto the wild. We could make a place were you...
It became extinct just after the Jurassic Era
flooding in lands .
they got eating out of extinction
Here's one animal; The Saber-toothed Tiger -is not technically a tiger or a cat -gone extinct the last ice age -jaws are surprisingly weak
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There are actually two extinct birds which fit your criteria. Oneof those birds is called the Elephant Bird which lived inMadagascar. Another is the Giant Moa. The Elephant Bird was heavier but the Giant Moa was taller.
Approximately 250 million years! Amazing!
When it no longer exists in living form.
A Megalodon tooth is twice the size of a great whites and three times as thick as a tigers
To protect animals and plant species that are threatened byextinction, you can: .
Let the population (local or national) know the importance ofthese species (if you do not know, you can easily find informationabout it on websites). .
Find out which plant and animal species are endangered and finda...
The kissing bugs or Triatominae have five nymphal stages. Each stage requires at least one full blood meal to grow to the next nymphal stage. Completion of growth from egg to adult usually takes 1-2 years.
everywhere that was below freezing, most of the time, i believe
Very similar to what lions and tigers (and bears oh my) eat today. I don't exactly know the names of a dear,zebra,buffalo like creature back then, but I'm certain that they were of the same look and overall taste.
Lystrosaurus were around 3 feet tall. They had horny beaks and aweak a jaw joint. They had no teeth and short snouts.
I'm not sure but I think that it's prey like tapir and deer (I know that tapir and deer are Sumatran tiger's prey) would over populate like the deer here when wolves and other predators left.
We need to con serve animals like deer and moose, and elk. But you can not kill more than you need.But not many, but we are taking away there habatats by tearingthem down..
not many, but we are taking away there habatats by tearingthem down.
Parts of exoskeletons of small marine creatures.
Quaggas were a species of zebra that lived in the plains of Africa.They became extinct partly because of being over hunted by Dutchsettlers.
he could kill many things with his tusks
Paleontology is the study of fossils, which are the remnants of "hard anatomy" such as bones and teeth. Fossils are analyzed and classified to learn more about morphology (form and structure) of a species and interpretation is done to fill in the gaps that we would have no way of knowing with an...
No extinction is as well documented as that of the New Zealand Moa (pronounced mo-ah)..
It was a large flightless bird of the order Dinornithiformes weighing up to 250Kg and was hunted to extinction by the Maoris by about 400 years ago..
The Moa occupied the ecological niche in New Zealand of the...
Cuban Coney is an extinct rodent. A Rabbit.
They are technically extinct, but they once travelled in packs.
Tasmanian tigers were said to carry their children in pockets likekangaroos
The Tasmanian Tiger is related to the Tasmanian Devil. It hadKangaroo like features, too.