In fact, according to the article, Olelo Hawai’i, “Back around 1900. There was a overthrow of the kingdom in 1893 and the following annexation in 1898, the Hawaiian language was entirely banned from school and government. Today, there are only a thousand native speakers left, most of whom live on isolated Ni’ihau.” This statement strongly proves that Hawaiian culture is decreasing. The other piece of history/causes on how Hawaiian culture started to die out. In this website called
El Niño’s have been occurring for about 10,000 years since the last Ice Age. When an El Niño occurs it decreases the rise of cold water off the coast of the Americas. “When this happens the fish either die or migrate into areas that they will find more to eat” (wildlife.ca.gov). When this happens in the in the Pacific close to the Ecuador the Galapagos fur seals struggle to find food. When the fish are gone the wildlife that depend on them for food will die also.
Sadly, out of the 500 colonists that arrived in Jamestown, 80% died.Just between 1609 and 1610, 110 settlers died from famine and disease. In 1607, there was only one surgeon for hundreds of men. Colonists died in early Jamestown because of three main problems. These problems were Starvation, Native American Relations, and Disease. Listen to how almost 350 settlers died in these five years full of hardships.
Several ships went down off Ship Island, including the three-masted schooner Mary G. Dantzler, which sank with her crew of around 12.  The ship, owned by a Gulfport, Mississippi, lumber company, was loaded with phosphate rock when the hurricane struck.  The Bay St. Louis-based Champion, crewed by four, the Norwegian schooner Ancenis, worth $150,000, and an unidentified ship were also lost near Ship Island; only the crew of the Ancenis was rescued.  The four-masted barquentine John W. Myers was blown aground on Ship Island and severely
19/03/2018 Sumatran Orangutans In Indonesia, Extinct By 2025? By The World Wildlife Fund The Sumatran orangutan population has drastically declined to 7,500 compared to a combined total orangutan population of 230,000 a century ago. This significant decline in population has been evident throughout history since 1950s to this current date. It is very apparent that human action whether it is illegal or legal deforestation is driving these immaculate creatures to extinction. Our constant desire for palm oil, business and infrastructure development in Indonesia has caused this major issue.
It appears to be absent from the central part of this area between the Momboyo River and the Busira River. Within this large forest zone, totaling approximately 135,000 sq mi, the bonobo is absent or rare in many areas and is common only in a few scattered localities. Maximum Age: Around 30 to 40 years old. The lifespan of bonobos in the wild is unknown. Birth Rate: In the wild, there are single births about every 5 years Females have between five and six offspring in a lifetime.
Bartolomé de las Casas accounts that the loss of life was so great during these times that multiple islands were nearly devoid of all human life. He stated that in the nearly forty years following Columbus making landfall, the Spaniards did nothing but “dismember, slay, perturb, afflict, torment, and destroy the Indians by all manner of cruelty (las Casas, p.2).” In another section of his journals, las Casas goes into extensive detail about how the populous of the magnificent islands of Puerto Rico, Cuba and the Bahamas were all nearly wiped out due to the barbaric behaviors and tendencies of the Spanish settlers. As I
The Permian extinction changed all that. Over 90% of life on Earth vanished. The animals were decimated, and so were the plants. This included many millions to billions of trees, leaving massive fields of dead wood. And, what thrives on dead wood and dead animal tissue?
By the end of the decade, very few Native Americans remained anywhere in the southeastern United States, the federal militias came to Georgia to force them to leave their homelands and walk thousands miles westward to a specific designated " Indian territory " across the Mississippi River. This difficult and the journey became known as " the Trail of Tears " because of the great hardship faced by Cherokees. The Trail of Tears was started to be a promising guide experience but resulted in tragedy, it was found in memories of a private soldier by John Burnett which describes the dreadful outcomes of the Native Americans who were forced to move out of their homeland, and travel the Trail where They Cried. John G. Burnett was aware and observed the treatment of the Natives that were being pushed westward. He tell how the Indians were loaded and threatened
Vaquita, the world’s most rare marine mammal, is on the edge of extinction. This little porpoise wasn 't discovered until 1958 and a little over half a century later, we are on the brink of losing them forever. Vaquita are often caught and drowned in gillnets used by illegal fishing operations in marine protected areas within Mexico 's Gulf of California. More than half of the population has been lost in the last three