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Friday, 24 May 2013


In 1950, there were 36 million hedgehogs living in Britain. Now, there are only 1 million -- and that number is still dropping.
And it's not just hedgehogs that are in danger. A horrifying number of Britain's native species are facing extinction. For example, development, climate change, and pollution have threatened seventy percent of the country's butterflies.
Every year, more of our birds, insects, and wild creatures grow closer to dying off for good. This has to end today.
Our ecosystems barely made it through the last fifty years. At this rate, they won't survive the next fifty without serious help. Tell the UK Environment Agency to preserve Britain's remaining countryside and native species before it's too late!

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