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The next extinction event? Us

 The Big Issue UK 15 June 2019

Sixty-five million years ago, a mass extinction event at the end of the Cretaceous period wiped out up to 81 per cent of all species on Earth. Today, the World Wide Fund for Nature estimates that between 200 and 2,000 species become extinct every year as our planet’s resources are used up – but there is a solution to this unfolding environmental catastrophe. Instead of losing thousands of species, we could save them all with the deliberate and orchestrated extermination of one particular species… us. The Big Issue’s Steven MacKenzie speaks to Les U Knight, from Portland, Oregon about why he believes in sacrificing the human race for the good of all. (788 Words) - By Steven MacKenzie

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Chris Pratt stars in the new dinosaurs-gone-wild blockbuster, Jurassic World, as dino-wrangler Owen Grady. Credit: Universal Pictures

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Les U Knight. Credit:

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