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Several Species of Animals "Discovered" in Vietnam

Though this was a nice little article to share (cool pics in it too). Nice to know some animals are surviving our screw-ups.

http://us.cnn.com/2008/TECH/science/...ml#cnnSTCPhoto


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Re: Several Species of Animals "Discovered" in Vietnam



The cat-like striped rabbit is awesome.
Unfortunately, we may never know about the species that did not survive decades of war in that region.


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we see how long they survive until people start eating them like the dodo
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Re: Several Species of Animals "Discovered" in Vietnam

It is good to see that some species have been able to survive mankind's errors.

Gives hope that just maybe, the Tasmanian tiger isn't extinct either.

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Re: Several Species of Animals "Discovered" in Vietnam

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Unfortunately, we may never know about the species that did not survive decades of war in that region.
Good stuff, but it seems to me that Ashley Fanz needs to consult a dictionary to see the difference between ''delta'' and ''river''.

To talk about the Mekong Delta and include parts of Myanmar (3 countries removed from the actual delta) indicates she may not have been concentrating in geography class.

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Re: Several Species of Animals "Discovered" in Vietnam

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Though this was a nice little article to share (cool pics in it too).

Yes, nice to have a thread in non-tennis that isn't just people ''gushing'' about themselves.

Roll on January, when they can all go back to GM and talk about the size of Rafa's ass.

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