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The Sixth Extinction Forum

The Sixth Extinction Forum is a place where you can discuss any topic that is related to the current biodiversity or extinction crisis. Share your thoughts and the information you have found. At the end of 2010 this forum had more than 3.000 members and contained more than 13.000 topics and 48.000 posts.
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Recommended Books

Information about extinct animals and plants can also found in other media than a website. There are many books about the current biodiversity of extinction crisis. This page features some books that are recommended by The Sixth Extinction website. Happy Reading!
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Books
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Free Downloadable E-books

Most extinction-related books are quite expensive. Several old books are now in the public domain and digitalised into e-books. This page features some free downloadable e-books (in alphabetic order) that are recommended by The Sixth Extinction website. Happy Reading!
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Free Scientific Articles

Scientific articles published in scientific journals are most of the times not accessible to everyone or are quite expensive. This page features some free downloadable open access scientific articles (in alphabetic order by author) that are selected by The Sixth Extinction website!
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Recommended Links

The Sixth Extinction website is not the only online spot about the current biodiversity or extinction crisis. This page features some of the websites, wiki's, galleries, blogs, forums and discussion groups that are available on the world wide web.
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In the near future The Sixth Extinction Community will be expanded with a wiki, an image gallery, colouring plates for kids, teaching packs, and much more.

 

News Highlight

24 June 2012. The last Pinta giant tortoise (Chelonoidis abingdoni) Lonesome George dies. Read more: BBC News.

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