Zoology Grizzlies set to invade high Arctic?

Discussion in 'Zoology' started by mscbkc070904, Mar 12, 2005.

  1. mscbkc070904

    mscbkc070904 Premium Member

    With the constant development and economical impact placed on wildernesses, there is no doubt that animals are being pushed into places not common to their own. Just like animals attacking people, what do people expect, when you move into their environment and destroy their living space and deplete their food sources, they are adapting to the means of survival, but we as humans will inevitably denounce specific animals cause of what they do to us.

    There was a story on the news the other day about a Mountain Lion who attacked a female hiker back last summer and how it mauled her face. Well, 99% says, due to extreme heat, new developments in the area, the food source was being erased and it stalked her, cause she left the group on her own and just like big cats they stalk, wait for the weakest one or a loner then strike.
     
  2. Bleys

    Bleys Phoenix Takes Flight Staff Member

    :no:

    This is so depressing. I wonder if we will see a dramatic increase in the numbers of extinct or threatened species over the next few decades.


    Bleys
     
  3. mscbkc070904

    mscbkc070904 Premium Member

    Oh heck yeah...no doubt in that at all...the environment is failing, tech is superseding, EPA has restrictions so enforced that corners are being cut, other areas of the world are not getting attention where need be, overdevelopment of areas is killing the environment left and right...just too much and the world is trying to keep up and at the same time forgetting the natural existence of things...it only comes to attention when its nearly late or too late..