An Introduction to the Reasons and Causes of the Extinction of the Dodo
The dodo was a fat flightless bird that was discovered by Spanish sailors on the Island of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean at about 1600. It was supposedly extinct in 1662 (although many suggest it could have been around up to 30 years later). Such a rapid extinction can only have been caused by one thing: human intervention.
The Dodo's stubby wings and heavy, ungainly body tell us that the bird was flightless. Moreover, its breastbone is too small to support the huge pectoral muscles a bird this size would need to fly. …
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