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Dead Dodoes ... What do you care if the world is dying?

The third track from the ‘Talking to the Train’ album is ‘Dead Dodoes’.
The song has a critical voice, sarcastically describing the habits of those who don’t give a damn about climate change and the possibilities of human extinction. 105 more words


Demand for dodo skeletons far from extinct

Way back at the start September, we wrote about a very rare dodo skeleton that was to be placed into auction and yesterday the auction finally took place. 248 more words

The Big, Sweet Wolf

Wolves Saved my Life

click link above to watch a brief, but moving video

At Lockwood Animal Rescue Center (LARC), veterans suffering from PTSD are connecting to nature in a way few would expect–bonding with the big, bad wolf. 237 more words


Anita Lubesh reblogged this and commented:

Heart warming stuff again from the Dodo Express - Action Against Man-Made Extinction. Check it out, please. Lend them your support...and for just a few more seconds, your 'likes'

Ayat x Sarkodie - DoDo (Produced By Magnom)

Madina based fast rising act, ‘AYAT’ in collabration with Sarkodie on Magnom production brings to us this spanking new banger titled #DODO, meaning “Monster” Which is the 1st single off his debut EP titled ZAMANI due out in 2017. 11 more words


100 Creative Days 4 Yourself Challenge. So let's start!

Today I begin to start #100daysartchallenge for this year. I’mean starting it together with another project but I will tell you about it later ☺ So who wants to join me, you are welcome to join, tag yourself in comments below. 272 more words

100 Days Art Challenge

Can the beautiful game help to protect the beauty of the seas?

Getting people to admit that fossils fuels are a leading driver for climate change is like trying to get a turkey to vote for Christmas. It just wouldn’t happen. 598 more words


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More from the Dodo Express. Oceans are vast...but not so vast.

The Oxford Dodo

Fiona Jones

For me, the dodo (Raphus cucullatus) is as intimately associated with the city of Oxford as the dreaming spires, or an afternoon spent punting on the Cherwell. 927 more words