The last case of saiga dying off
in the region was recorded in May 2012 in Zhangeldin district.
07] arise from high infant mortality and not from people dying off
Some of the lower leaves are dying off
and it has started to sprout new growth out of the top.
However, five years on the plants are far from dying off
, and are in fact multiplying, and seem to have colonised this part of Wales, and turned it in to a tropical landscape.
And still another study, published by Texas biologist Camille Parmesan, presents evidence that animal and plant species have already begun dying off
or are changing due to global warming.
Over the years we've seen membership decline as some of our people are dying off
,'' Burrell said, noting that just 5 percent of the post's 205 members are under age 25.
My people started catching cancer and started dying off
By the 1960s, alewives had become so plentiful that they began dying off
by the billions, polluting beaches with tons of rotting fish.
The bay's old turtle grass beds began dying off
in the late 1980s for reasons that scientists are still debating.
The disabled veterans that I am talking about are dying off
at about 1,000 per day.
Amphibians like frogs, toads, and salamanders are dying off
worldwide--especially in pristine cloud forests, rainforests so high in mountains that trees draw moisture directly from clouds.
Most crops start dying off
at 50 mM salt; seawater contains 530 mM.
The oral tradition has roughly--very roughly-- preserved the legends of Boston's rogues, scoundrels, and scapegraces, but the people who know the wonderful stories are dying off
Since the World War II generation is dying off
rapidly, their stories must be preserved.
In the laboratory, however, the presence of these support cells is not enough to keep a culture of stem cells from dying off
within a few weeks.