Health officials and the L.A. County coroner requested the change because the current death rate is "more than double that of pre-pandemic years, leading to hospitals, funeral homes and crematoriums exceeding capacity, without the ability to process the backlog," the South Coast Air Quality Management District said Sunday.
'When he was shot dead in 1993,, most of the animals were shipped away, but four hippos were left to fend for themselves in a pond.
Although nobody knows exactly how many there are, estimates put the total number between 80 and 100, making them the largest invasive species on the planet. Scientists forecast that the number of hippos will swell to almost 1,500 by 2040. They conclude, that at that point, environmental impacts will be irreversible and numbers impossible to control.
"Nobody likes the idea of shooting a hippo, but we have to accept that no other strategy is going to work," [...]
Environmentalists have been trying to sterilise the hippos for years [...] Male hippos have retractable testes and females' reproductive organs are even harder to find, according to scientists. "We didn't understand the female anatomy," said David Echeverri Lopez, a government environmentalist. "We tried to sterilise females on several occasions and were always unsuccessful."
He is also playing an impossible game of catch-up. Mr Echeverri told The Telegraph that he is able to castrate roughly a hippo per year, whereas scientists estimate that the population grows by 10 percent annually. [...]
"Relocation might have been possible 30 years ago, when there were only four hippos," said Dr Castelblanco-Martínez. "Castration could also have been effective if officials had provided sufficient resources for the programme early on, but a cull is now the only option."
That's right, today's Thursday.
It says so right there.
"Fax the images to Newark."
I wrote a review of it ten months ago -- I saw it at Alamo shortly before lockdown, which probably means that Johnny Mnemonic was the last movie I saw in a theatre.
Attempting to parse the version 1.9.0 renewal configuration file found at /etc/letsencrypt/renewal/jwz.org.conf with version 0.38.0 of Certbot. This might not work.
How is this shit supposed to work? What am I expected to do on CentOS 7.7? Certbot 0.38.0 is the latest version in yum.