Waterbird numbers lowest in 20 years

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Subject: Waterbird numbers lowest in 20 years
From: "michael hunter" <>
Date: Fri, 29 Oct 2004 09:05:16 +1000
Doesn't look good,
                             Ten thousand years ago a big dry wiped out
Australia's flamingoes among many other things. In Roman times what is now
desert on the Mediterranean coast of Africa was growing wheat, like Western
NSW is now, and desertified parts of South Australia did a few years ago.
                               The ice-caps are melting at an amazing rate.

                               I feel gloomy today.

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