10 animals your children will never see
It’s a good thing cameras are easy to come by these days.OR, MAYBE IT’S A bad thing. Because at some point–maybe 10 years, maybe 50 years from now–your kids, or your kids’ kids will ask you if you ever saw a black rhino. Yes, you’ll say, thinking back to a trip to the zoo, when a few still lingered around in captivity. It didn’t seem like much back then; sure, it was cool and all, but you never thought to yourself that you were looking at one of the last black rhinos that would ever walk the planet. Such may be the case with these ten species, each of whose populations have been destroyed over the past thirty years, largely due to human interference. The next time you see any of these creatures–if there is a next time–remember that you may be looking at the dinosaurs of the future.