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One Tiger’s Appeal
On September 27, 1937, the Balinese Tiger was declared extinct. It was declared extinct because it was the last of its kind to be seen, tracked, and, on this day, shot. This was the first tiger subspecies to disappear. It … Continue reading
On September 26, 1774, Jonathan Chapman aka Johnny Appleseed was born in Massachusetts. A restless, wiry man with some apprenticeship in plant nursery craft, he had a talent for understanding what a tree required and a spiritual desire to live … Continue reading