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Tristram's woodpecker extinct?

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Old Thursday 31st May 2018, 11:55   #1
Melanie
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Tristram's woodpecker extinct?

If this message is true it is really shocking..

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http://news.kbs.co.kr/news/view.do?ncd=3523103&ref=A
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Old Thursday 31st May 2018, 12:21   #2
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"Do you remember the large woodpecker, keunbae, which lives only on the Korean peninsula?

This kakashi is completely hidden in South Korea and has been removed from the list of endangered species.

The drips that were commonly seen in the past in the village stream are endangered.

An epicenter introduces endangered animals that are no longer easily seen.

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A black bird with a red feather on its head, and a long beak, will bend the tree without rest.

It is a large-sized woodpecker, kyng body, endemic to the Korean Peninsula.

I have not been able to find it for over 30 years already.

<Interview> Seo Jae Hwa (Ministry of Environment, National Institute of Biological Resources Research): "In the literature, it is the last observation that was observed in 1981.

In the end, the Ministry of Environment recently officially confirmed the extinction of the kingdom and released it from the endangered species.

There are air bubbles beneath the bones in all parts of the body, and there is an oxygen tube in the body, which can swim in the water for more than 4 minutes.

The water droplets in memories that were caught and held by the creek in a childhood gradually disappear and it is an endangered species now.

Domestic pigeons pushed by alien pigeons are also hard to find.

In 2010, KBS was the first to catch a live picture of a snail on a KBS camera, and as a world-renowned species, the kori salamander, which survived only in a specific area of ​​Busan, was named a list of endangered species.

<Interview> Seo Jae Hwa (Ministry of Environment, National Institute of Biological Resources Research): "Habitat destruction, lack of protection of people,

The number of endangered wildlife designated by the Ministry of Environment has increased to 266 species, adding 25 new species in 5 years.

It is KBS news."

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