Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Extinctive Taste

focus species preservation efforts on animals that people like to eat
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"Popular-to-eat animals face extinction sooner than you realize!" Oh no! Get out your preservation-themed bib, tablecloth and utensils. This is a company that sells eating implements with endangered-species-themed marketing. The profits go to preserving the endangered species for more eating.
JesusHChrist, May 04 2015


       I'm pretty sure that palatability is a survival advantage - there are more chickens in the world than humans (and, indeed, than any other species of bird).   

       If there were a McPanda restaurant chain, they'd have those things breeding faster than rabbits in no time.
MaxwellBuchanan, May 04 2015

       Too bad it didn't help the buffalo.   

       As far as I'm aware, all buffalo species are doing just fine.
MaxwellBuchanan, May 04 2015

       Ah, see they taught us in school that the American Buffalo had been hunted to extinction and that the buffalo nowadays is imported bison.   

       That'll learn me to double check the crap I was taught.   

       Yes because [mb] is always a lot more reliable than the national school system.
pocmloc, May 05 2015

       Catch-22 situations are an insatiable hunger.
wjt, May 05 2015

       // [mb] is always a lot more reliable than the national school system//   

       Never knowingly accurate.
MaxwellBuchanan, May 05 2015


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