The Sixth Extinction Website (this forum is a part of that website) is currently being updated and made more attractive to visit. The website has an educational, non-commercial purpose and is made to provide information on recently extinct animals and plants and to make people aware of this current extinction wave. We make no profit, in fact it costs us only money.
We are adding many more photos on the pages, and with this we need help!
Of course we can only use photos and images, that are made by myself, free of copyright, in the public domain, or with permission of the copyright holder. Photos and images that are used on the website without permission will be removed as soon as possible.
We can use your help now! Do you own a photo of a extinct specimen, a drawing of you we may use? Or any other image that might be useful for us and that you own or have made?
If so it would be very helpful if you would send those photos to me. My email address can be found in my profile, and the left side of this post below my name.
Please state any requests for the use of the photo. We will add of course your name with it, and we can also add extra information, links, and even banners.
I have photos from musuems of cape-lions, Carolina-parrots, passenger pigeons, a great Auk, a Steller´s sea-cow-skull (copy), a dodo skeleton, a thylacine, a thylacine skull, drawings of megaladapis, Dodo (reonstruction of the Oxford head), Paleopropithecus, and dozens of photos of rare and (not recently) extinct animals from zoos and museums. There are several of this pictures in the album of Kryptozoologie-Online.
This has nothing to do with the extinction of animals, this is a case of cryptozoology. Furthermore you will have a copyright-problem, and the "Cadborosaurus"-carcass is very probable only the nearly completely rotten or digested (if you mean the thing which was found in a whale-stomach) remains of a shark. peter: Yes, I´m Cronos in this Forum. Except the Auerochs-skull and the passenger-pigeon-pair which are from the Löwentor-Museum in Stuttgart, all are from the Roesenstein-Museum. I have also very much photos of rare-or nearly extinct animals, especially from this Museum, like the Tuatara, the Aye-Aye or the Kakapo.