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"History repeats itself; if you destroy the nature, it will destroy you."
Wahlenbergia roxburghii, the Roxburgh bellflower or dwarf cabbage tree, is an extinct member of a group of four species of Wahlenbergia once known from the island of Saint Helena, in the South Atlantic Ocean. It was last seen by naturalist John Charles Melliss in 1872. It is an example of one of the early extinctions of Saint Helena plants as a result of human activity
Saint Helena olive
It was an island endemic native to Saint Helena in the South Atlantic Ocean. Despite its name, it is unrelated to the true olive (Olea europaea). The last remaining tree in the wild died in 1994, and the last remaining individual in cultivation died in December 2003, despite conservation efforts.
Psiadia schweinfurthii is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family. It was found only in Yemen.