What happens when a species goes extinct?

Scientists have warned we are facing another mass extinction event.

The last one occurred over 65 million years ago, but due to global warming and human caused habitat loss, the next one is just around the corner.

So what do we do when a species goes extinct? Are our efforts helping or making things worse?


David Bader, Communications Officer for Vaquita CPR

Professor Michael Archer, School of Biological, Earth, and Environmental Sciences, The University of New South Wales

Peter Banks, Conservation Biologist at The University of Sydney

Erick Lundgren, PHD Canidate at The University of Technology Sydney


Producer/Presenter: Miles P Herbert

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