18 thoughts on “São Tomé birds threatened by palm oil

  1. These plant plant oil palm people don’t care about the wildlife, they only care about the money. Look at the forest destruction in South America that affect the indigenous people that have never seen modern day people or computers or jeans, or machine. Not only does it affect those people, it affects the wildlife. You should do a post about that. NOW THAT is that real shame, a real crying shame. Those poor people have to change their whole way of life people some greedy people want to make some money. It all comes down to come money. Money =evil. Yes, plz do a post on that.

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