@NatGeo
National Geographic
4 days ago
Horseshoe crab blood is harvested for biomedical use worldwide, but the full repercussions of the industry are still not understood
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@vaneza20434752
vaneza
4 days ago
@NatGeo Concerned that the collection for experimentation fears that they will be extinct in the future.
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@GeorgeUwaifo
George Uwaifo
4 days ago
@NatGeo These these unique creatures. There are so many more like them in the wild that are useful to humans. Just that scientists are yet to discover them.
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@rocketalaias
Gregg Rosner
4 days ago
@NatGeo Demise of red knot bird populations is the first indicator.
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@jtrek100
Jim
4 days ago
@NatGeo Naturally. That is how humans work. Jump and then look to see where the splash from the pool lands.
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@JackStrawResist
100 verses in ragtime 🌹
4 days ago
@iamamfboss @NatGeo Lobster boats in Montauk harvest HS crabs and split them in half while they are alive and use them as bait in their traps. I hope they have made that illegal since I left.
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@nathanjack123
Mali
3 days ago
@NatGeo when we say protect an animal. It means they almost disappeared.
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@MicaMomma
MMMzL0010
3 days ago
@NatGeo These are every where in the Gulf... OM. Do they do breading farms?
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@eztweetzy
ez
3 days ago
@NatGeo Can we save them from ourselves? We can’t save anything from ourselves.
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@MoistGewtch
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3 days ago
@NatGeo That's a dinosaur
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