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Posted by chuckelliott on May 07, 2003 at 21:00:35:

In Reply to: What would really help Horned Lizards. posted by Jeff Judd on May 07, 2003 at 13:11:26:

I agree, nobody wants to see animals go extinct. I believe private ownership and capitolism work best,look at dogs and cats they willnever become extinct because egocentric people own, feed and care for them. I'm not familiar with the plight of several species of HLs but I can tell you the the desert, short horn and coastal will never go extinct. The range is huge. Much of the habitat is inaccessible to humans and when one is removedfromthe wild for greedy purposes, it gets replaced through a wild breeding population just as deer and elk do.
Just my two cents, Chuck





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