206 comments

  • Carlos Q.
    3 days

    Me as a Minecraft veteran: Save at least 2 of each animals then make them sex so their species will be saved.

  • Jaymar F.
    4 days

    THE END IS NEAR....

  • Andrei R.
    4 days

    BS. Stop this alarmist nonsense. There's no factual science behind this clip, just fearmongering propaganda out of nowhere

  • Fred E.
    5 days

    The right term you should use is natural wild animals in some localities that could go extinct. There's no possible way that earthworms could go extinct.

  • Sven W.
    7 days

    The biggest problem in this is that these species play a vital role in the ecosystem. If a so calles keystone species dissapears the entire ecosystme can collapse...

  • Verbeck C.
    06/06/2021 09:10

    😂😂😂

  • András F.
    06/06/2021 08:46

    Nagyon szomorú 😢

  • András F.
    06/06/2021 08:45

    Ez szörnyű.

  • Theresa P.
    06/06/2021 02:22

    Sad....

  • Namdichai L.
    06/06/2021 01:41

    And the most important thing is human are also in the prone of extinction......

  • Rommel A.
    06/06/2021 01:06

    Man's ignorance and greed.

  • Gulden L.
    06/05/2021 19:16

    😯😭

  • Sheree R.
    06/05/2021 13:33

    The Asian Giant hornet that is now in the United States also called the murder hornet can wipe out a honey bee's nest in hours decapitating them and then taking their thorax back to young to feed them. Our bees ARE in danger if you see the Asian giant Hornet please report it so they can find nests and eradicate them. WE need bees so also use less pestisides, plant more of their foods etc..

  • Jodie B.
    06/05/2021 12:46

    I have many tree frogs and toads and bullfrogs around my house and bunny rabbits come to my back lot to have their babies every year. You can also dig up buckets of earthworms on my back lot. A woman in Memphis TN breeds hedgehogs for pet stores, some ppl here home hedgehogs for their gardens, last time I seen the hedgehog ladys place she had about 600. The bees are just now thriving and coming back because the bollweevel eradication project isn't like it used to be. We lost allot of bees due to bollweevel eradication, glad that's over and we have our wonderful bee population back.

  • Fe S.
    06/05/2021 11:29

    all due to humans.

  • Sabrina B.
    06/05/2021 08:23

    Number 5 surprised me the most

  • Georgina N.
    06/05/2021 07:31

    Very sad! 😪

  • Leslie B.
    06/05/2021 05:44

    Without bees alot of our crops will go extinct along with them!

  • Shippudenne S.
    06/05/2021 05:37

    I dont believe you. Maybe in your place but not in our place. Imagine extinction,huh!?... except that, i think we have no hedgehogs in our land.

  • Mikka O.
    06/05/2021 02:29

    Well that's that. The end times are coming.