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Is there any creature that you would make extinct if you could?

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The wasp. I hate them. I'm not keen on mosquitoes either but wasps really get my blood boiling like nothing else....
I would want to make sure that they did not do anything vita for the environment first, but if they didn't, then wasps, gnats, and head lice.
Not really no, I don't think it would be appropriate to wipe an entire species - however the human race seems to be good at that!
So many good answers here already, I wish I could vote for more than one!!!

If I could guarantee that wiping cockroaches (which I actually refer to as F$%roaches) wouldn't cause any damage to the planet then they'd be GONE!!!!

Mosquitoes would actually be a wonderful thing to rid the planet of because of their disease carrying capacity, but not all mozzies are dangerous so we'd have to be selective about it.
No. I don't like roaches, spiders or ants (in the house), but each of these play a crucial role in our world.
by Vee
I certainly think that some animals are annoying, but I wouldn't say that I hate any animals.
Mosquitos and cockroaches.
I would like to know what mosquitos do for the planet. And cockroaches. Do either of them contribute at all ?
Cockroaches clean up mess that would otherwise build up. They help break stuff down so it can be used as food for plants, which become food for something else. I hate them but they have a role in the food chain. Many creatures feed on Cockroaches- frogs, birds, lizards..
Mosquito lava provide food for fish and water creatures. Without them there would be far less fish in the sea. Mosquitoes are the animal that kills more humans than any other. Some think this would justify eradicating them, but imagine the problems we would have if the planet was even more overpopulated by humans than it already is.
by annfi
Millions of people worldwide die of infections from these tiny insects, every year.

My Father got a Malaria during WWII & suffered from it for life from then on. He was stationed in Port Moresby.

For work, have had to stay in TPNG & PNG, many times. Was 'religious' about taking my Malaria Tablets six weeks before travel, whilst there, & six weeks after being there. I was determined NOT to get Malaria!
Blowies and roaches
The "blowie"
No. It is vital to prottect any plant or animal from extinction as they each have a role on our planet. Nature is delicately ballanced and as humans it is our desire to control it. Unfortunately we unwittingly do so much harm, often out of greed but many times it is out of ignorance.
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