• Ammar N.
    15 hours

    That insect is in large number of quantity here

  • Rap Z.
    18 hours

    Because of human greed...😡😡😡😡

  • Galin P.
    a day

    Earwig still exist in Indonesia.. It is called cocopet

  • Koima K.
    3 days

    Saint Helena giant earwig are present in thousands in Kenya. How can it be declared extinct??????

  • Greenwood B.
    5 days

    Obviously white men are respns ible

  • Xire L.
    06/25/2020 08:16

    That turtle is not extinct yet he saved is own species by having so much sex

  • Marc D.
    06/24/2020 07:05

    the insect i thinkits not extinct i saw one on phillipines

  • Beverley K.
    06/23/2020 11:51


  • Angela F.
    06/21/2020 10:52

    Ma continuiamo a non capire l'importanza dell'equilibrio della NATURA

  • Richard C.
    06/20/2020 15:12

    The last pic 'i think the last saw 'that insect here in the philipines is when i was 14 or 15 years old

  • Kyrell I.
    06/18/2020 17:27

    The first one is not extinct yet they found the last species in Fernandina island

  • John C.
    06/16/2020 08:09

    "Natural selection" they can't adapt that's why they went extinct. Dont always blame humans.

  • Lance I.
    06/11/2020 02:59

    Number 4!! We have those in our backyard attacking our plants at night time

  • Sally S.
    06/04/2020 18:44

    And thousands more

  • Meto K.
    06/02/2020 04:00

    Saint helena giant earwig can be seen in North east India.

  • Scott K.
    06/02/2020 00:44

    BS, 99.9% of species that have existed on this planet are extinct. Humans are just another step in the cycle of evolution. The earth will survive long after humans are gone, and life will thrive.

  • Thabit G.
    06/01/2020 07:28

    I'm just watching this over and over, I cant believe that these poor animals that they are gone😥

  • Juliana M.
    05/31/2020 06:53

    'The fate of all living things on Earth is in human hands'

  • Brandon S.
    05/30/2020 20:45

    Oh yes, I remember the Great Earwig Hunt of the 1800's.... millions of the little buggers were hunted all across the plains to near extinction by cowboys and poachers alike for their shiny shells and their pincers kept as trophies on the wall.

  • Maria M.
    05/26/2020 15:14