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    What should you do if you see an endangered animal eating an endangered plant?

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    then id phone the appropriate action groups n watch them fight it out !!!!!
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    Leave them to it! It's natural!!!
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    but but............

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    have you got nothing else to do?















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    place a bet quickly on the odds of that happening. Then phone Bill Oddie
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    Quote Originally Posted by britchick, post: 178621
    have you got nothing else to do?
    Just for a change I really haven't lol!

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    moment

    Sorry to come over as such a collosal Geek but read this last nigt with the boy

    On the island where the Ddo's lived there is a unique plant but it occured to the botanists there that all the specimens were about 300 years old, which was when teh Dodo died out

    After much research he realised that whe the frit of this tree fell it had to be eaten and passed through the digestive system of the dodo in order for it to be able to germinate

    they introduced a few Turkerys to the island and they ate the fruit and now for the first time in 300 years we have new specimens of that rare plant growing

    So in answer top yourquestion and in support of Josh - the best thing to do is let them get on with it as they may be saving eachothers lives :D

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    lol... there's always one................

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    :D ain't nature wunnerful

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