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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #68423: For,since,ago
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    1. The government of India has protected the tiger population more than 35 years.

    2. The government of India has protected the tiger population 1972.

    3. then and despite protection for tigers, the population has decreased from about 3,600 in the 1990's to 1,300 nowadays.

    4. the 60's, Jackass penguins have suffered from pollution and man has stolen their eggs hundreds of years.

    5. No living Dodos have been seen 1681.

    6. They disappeared more than 325 years .

    7. So, we can say that the Dodo has been extinct more than 325 years.

    8. 43 years , the hunting of Antarctica's blue whales was banned.

    9. The WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature) was formed 48 years in September 1961 to help nature to thrive.

    10. I've been a member of WWF 10 years now.

    11. The decrease in the number of Hermann's tortoises has caused concern to zoologists a long time.

    12.These tortoises haven't been sold in pet shops the 80's thanks to a special law which protects them.

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