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Adders, toads and lizards are disappearing from us

Post by greymeredith on Tue Mar 15, 2011 10:37 am

The first nationwide survey of UK amphibian and reptiles has found that Britainís most widespread snake, the adder, is in decline. Slow worms, common lizards and grass snakes are also becoming less widespread, as are the common toad, common frog and great crested newt. These startling trends come from a report produced by the amphibian and Reptile Conservation (ARC) Trust, which has been gathering data on 12 species since 2007.The rarest species, such as the great crested newt, already have high levels of protection, but it is strongly suspected that some formerly common species now in decline.
Around the world, habitats are being destroyed at an alarming rate, putting many wildlife species in danger of extinction. And now, it is the time for us to do some. Contribute to nature reserves and other wilderness areas. Habitat preservation is one of the best ways to help protect endangered animals. You can donate money or volunteer your time helping the nature reserve preserve habitat. Buy environmentally friendly goods. Design the everyday object or t-shirts printed with picture or text about environment protection to arise the environmental awareness of citizens. Waazula.com is the perfect place for you to do it. You can open an independent and free store there, and sell your environmental products. If everyone takes action at once, the world would change a lot.

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