If You Could Make Any Animal Species on Earth Extinct...

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PostFri Aug 03, 2012 4:43 am » by Ayaflash


you are all falling for the negative mind trick!


i'm out!


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PostFri Aug 03, 2012 5:29 am » by Sentientseed


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PostFri Aug 03, 2012 5:37 am » by Hurtswhenipee


Sentientseed wrote:Image~"Lets Party clubbin' bitches!" Image :D


LMAO :lol:

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PostFri Aug 03, 2012 5:46 am » by X-mog


Alright yoo antimologists, TELL MY WHY WE NEED MOSQUITOS. WTF WOULD HAPPEN IF WE FED THEM ALL TO DRAGONFLIES!?!?!? :yell:

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PostFri Aug 03, 2012 6:15 am » by *WillEase*


Truthseeker2k11 wrote:Alright yoo antimologists, TELL MY WHY WE NEED MOSQUITOS. WTF WOULD HAPPEN IF WE FED THEM ALL TO DRAGONFLIES!?!?!? :yell:



There isn't much love lost between people and mosquitoes. At the very least, these bloodthirsty insects are major annoyances, biting us with a persistence that can be maddening. If insects can be credited with evil intent, mosquitoes seem determined to wipe the human race out. As carriers of deadly diseases, mosquitoes are the deadliest insect on Earth. Each year, millions of people die from malaria, dengue fever, and yellow fever after being bitten by a disease-carrying mosquito. Mosquitoes also carry diseases that pose serious threats to livestock and pets.

With all these strikes against them, it's hard to imagine that mosquitoes fulfill any useful purpose. We forget that mosquitoes populated this planet long before man; the oldest mosquito fossils date back some 200 million years, to the Cretaceous period. Clearly, mosquitoes fill an important ecological niche. So what good are mosquitoes?

Mosquito larvae are aquatic insects, and as such, play an important role in the aquatic food chain. According to Dr. Gilbert Waldbauer in The Handy Bug Answer Book, "mosquito larvae are filter feeders that strain tiny organic particles such as unicellular algae from the water and convert them to the tissues of their own bodies, which are, in turn, eaten by fish." Mosquito larvae are, in essence, nutrient-packed snacks for fish and other aquatic animals.

Their role on the bottom of the food chain doesn't end at the larval stage, of course. As adults, mosquitoes serve as equally nutritious meals for birds, bats, and spiders.

As much as we loathe them, mosquitoes represent a considerable biomass of food for wildlife on the lower rungs of the food chain. Their extinction, were it even achievable, would have an enormous adverse affect on the entire ecosystem.

http://insects.about.com/od/flies/f/what-good-are-mosquitoes.htm

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PostFri Aug 03, 2012 6:40 am » by Sentientseed


Mine would be this....

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VS

this...



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who have been fed a mixed variety of this...

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Let all the blood sucking bitches battle it on like this...

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Until none remain.

Then we'd get this....

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Out of which we could break off a piece and do this...

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And live happily ever after.


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PostFri Aug 03, 2012 6:46 am » by X-mog


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Truthseeker2k11 wrote:Alright yoo antimologists, TELL MY WHY WE NEED MOSQUITOS. WTF WOULD HAPPEN IF WE FED THEM ALL TO DRAGONFLIES!?!?!? :yell:



There isn't much love lost between people and mosquitoes. At the very least, these bloodthirsty insects are major annoyances, biting us with a persistence that can be maddening. If insects can be credited with evil intent, mosquitoes seem determined to wipe the human race out. As carriers of deadly diseases, mosquitoes are the deadliest insect on Earth. Each year, millions of people die from malaria, dengue fever, and yellow fever after being bitten by a disease-carrying mosquito. Mosquitoes also carry diseases that pose serious threats to livestock and pets.

With all these strikes against them, it's hard to imagine that mosquitoes fulfill any useful purpose. We forget that mosquitoes populated this planet long before man; the oldest mosquito fossils date back some 200 million years, to the Cretaceous period. Clearly, mosquitoes fill an important ecological niche. So what good are mosquitoes?

Mosquito larvae are aquatic insects, and as such, play an important role in the aquatic food chain. According to Dr. Gilbert Waldbauer in The Handy Bug Answer Book, "mosquito larvae are filter feeders that strain tiny organic particles such as unicellular algae from the water and convert them to the tissues of their own bodies, which are, in turn, eaten by fish." Mosquito larvae are, in essence, nutrient-packed snacks for fish and other aquatic animals.

Their role on the bottom of the food chain doesn't end at the larval stage, of course. As adults, mosquitoes serve as equally nutritious meals for birds, bats, and spiders.

As much as we loathe them, mosquitoes represent a considerable biomass of food for wildlife on the lower rungs of the food chain. Their extinction, were it even achievable, would have an enormous adverse affect on the entire ecosystem.

http://insects.about.com/od/flies/f/what-good-are-mosquitoes.htm


I agree. Since the op posed a silly question, I decided I best respond in kind. :mrgreen: Rememer what Cheech said: "Save the wales, shoot the seals". Hey,..Maybe Cheech was referring to Navy Seals :think: ...

All sillyness aside, I think we'd all best just consider the word "symbiosis"

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PostFri Aug 03, 2012 6:55 am » by Sentientseed


Personally the little fishies and bats et al....can find something else delicious and nutritious to eat. Mosquitos suck. Move into an area overun by them and let's see how many one will hug as their life force gets drained out of them.



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PostFri Aug 03, 2012 7:12 am » by Evildweeb


Evildweeb wrote:Mosquitoes, flies, ants, roaches, wasps, hornets, and women diagnosed with bipolar disorder.

Not in that order, but not necessarily in reverse either.


Just saying :flop:


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Once again and not to drive home the bitches points, but it appears some of you can't seem to read.


I don't really mind being ignored, but I do mind you stepping out in public and NOT reading.


So, go ahead and ignore everything I post.

Believe you me, I see every piece of it. So the next time someone comes up my butt over something, you better actually have looked over the previous information.

I won't call you on it, but do not come downtown without having seen it.


Cheers buddies.


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PostFri Aug 03, 2012 7:14 am » by *WillEase*


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