I read this and it brings a tear to my eye as I think of the many wonderful animals my grandchildren will never see. Animals we will refer to as if they were legend because we wiped them out so long ago.
Yoh! WTF? As a species we are indeed oftentimes parasitically invasive leaving not footprints, but bootprints, behind.
- The final days of the Sumatran tiger? (cnn.com)
- London zoo’s newborn Sumatran tiger cub dies (ufohunterorguk.com)
- Sumatran Tiger Cub Born at London Zoo Drowns (thejakartaglobe.com)
- In 1978 more than 1,000 Sumatran tigers lived on Sumatra (barneyclarke.wordpress.com)
- London Zoo newborn tiger cub dies (bbc.co.uk)
- Sumatran Tiger To Undergo Surgery At The Sacramento Zoo (sacramento.cbslocal.com)
- Ever heard of a Balinese Tiger? (simoneatkinson.wordpress.com)
- Surgery successfully completed on Sumatran tiger (bigstory.ap.org)
- Rare Sumatran tiger cub dies in London Zoo (metronews.ca)