Thursday, February 11, 2010

Living on Borrowed Time

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6 comments:

Uncivil said...

Not to make light of the extinction of all these precious animals, but I loved the piano music to this.
They didn't have an embed, so I just used the link?
I like to listen to this in the background while I'm pecking away at the computer and in turn pay my respects to all the creatures who are no longer with us!

jan said...

That was very moving. I had heard of some of these, but never seen their pictures, like the passenger pigeon and the dodo.

I love the dodo. Too bad its name is associated with the not too brilliant forms of life.

Uncivil said...

Jan
I was in awe of the Thylacine.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6vqCCI1ZF7o

Smart Dogs said...

It looks so wonderfully prehistoric. Like it should be stealing bits from the kills of saber tooth tigers.

Mrsupole said...

Very sad that this happens at all but then again if the dinosaurs had not gone extinct would we exsist today. I guess this is just nature and truly we can try to save what we can but we cannot save them all.

Although I do know of a few jackasses I would like to see become extinct. I am sure you have a good idea of who I mean. And one is a female jackass.

God bless.

My word verification was waste, yes those jackasses are a waste.

Uncivil said...

Smartdogs
I assume you're taliking about the Thylacine? I believe I saw the youtube clip on your blog!

Mrsupole
I know what you mean! I wish that Pelosisaurus would go extinct!