In the year, 2020, humanity was nearly wiped out by an alien invasion. Earth's survivors were ordered to pay a tithe (one tenth of the worlds population) every decade to prevent enslavement. The year is now 2060, and you are among the chosen...and you refuse to go quietly. #518 shareasimage.com
The black-faced impala (Aepyceros melampus petersi) isn't found anywhere else in the world other than Etosha, Namibia. In the early 1970s, 200 black-faced impala were moved from the Kunene Region, where they were almost extinct, to Etosha. Forty years later, the population of black faced impala in Etosha is thriving, and at least 23 game farms have established small populations. by Rosemary Walden
These sharks are being slaughtered to make "Shark Fin Soup" mainly in Asian restaurants across the world. Their population has decreased by 50% in the last 10 years. Do Not Order Shark Fin Soup - to help stop this massacre.