" Dodos were hunted mercilessly duringthe short time in which Europeans came into contact with them and for a period of upwards of half a century they proved a very useful source of fresh meat for travelers in the Indian Ocean " --- Errol Fuller A silent gun and a lasting ring. A wicked shot and a fatal wound. A life was taken. A Life so pure and so sacred was ripped from the world, and with it, the last hope of the species' continuity. Before the magnificent beast met its death, it gave one last desperate cry: a cry for survival. A call to mankind's conscious to preserve life, to preserve nature's gift. A call to end the cruelty of man. What was done cannot be reverted, but what may be done could yet be prevented. The aim of this webpage is not just to echo the hurt of nature, but also to deliver the very cry for survival to each and every visitor to this webpage. Through our conscious effort, the endangered may yet be preserved, but through our negligence, all hopes are lost. There is still hope, but time is running out. Actions are needed. We need to do something about this dreary situation. Let us make our mark together and hope that despite all odds, there is still time. Time to safe the nearly lost.