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Old 04-07-2006, 05:57 PM   #1
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New Species of Animals and Plants in Mt. Everest!

There were no photos of plants. They have pictures of some of the new species.







http://news.yahoo.com/s/space/200604...sexoticspecies
http://www.livescience.com/php/multi...gid=43&index=0

One hornet they found is 2 inches long and has a deadly venom that destroys human tissue.
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I found this one in the same gallery.... it is beautiful



a golden monkey
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Re: New Species of Animals and Plants in Mt. Everest!

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There were no photos of plants. They have pictures of some of the new species.



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Re: New Species of Animals and Plants in Mt. Everest!

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One hornet they found is 2 inches long and has a deadly venom that destroys human tissue.
Well then, Mt. Everest now falls to the bottom of my to do list.
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That's a friggin awesome monkey!
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oh geeez
I would have bet these animals where known before. they look so familiar to th untrained eye

i think it is amazing that there are still so many thig to discover about Earth - and yet we cannot wait to destroy it
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We destroy and new things will eventually make new niches. I am fascinated by how species diversity relates to environmental quality and / or extinction events.
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buhut - the extinction/ change of species ultimately influences the worldwide ecological system - in the end affecting us humans.
I am sure we can only adapt to change this much. After that it is extinction for us too

though i do not really believe it will get taht far. I think some red button will cut it short
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