The Week-Old Times
‘Full of Christmas cheer’
And no partridge in a pear tree…
Thinking of getting a song tune on The Twelve Days of Christmas as a Christmas treat? You’ll be lucky to even find the partridges-or even the two turtle doves, as new records show that there is a massively declining number in these two bird species, as well as other well-known wildlife birds such as cuckoos, starlings and lapwings, whose numbers have all fell by at least a third since 1995.
There are in total sixteen new endangered bird species, the RSPB claims. However, ‘some bird populations are flourishing’, comments Dr. Mark Eaton.
Figure 8-Going, going, gone-the partridge numbers fall in decline
I think he likes me…
Diver Vincent Canabal’s been getting a bit close to comfort with the tiger sharks at Tiger Beach-almost too close.
Feeding the killer predators every day in the Bahamas, Vincent usually has a near-death experience as the tiger sharks first try to bite his head before the food that he’s offering. Luckily, it hasn’t gone wrong yet…
Figure 9-Feeding the bait to these ferocious biters…
That’s all for today folks!
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