A: Turkeys are cultivated and protected while dodos were rude and allowed to go extinct.

Now compare the Turks and Caicos Islands and Mauritius. There are some striking similarities: corrupt politicians taking commissions for selling off state land and borrowing excessively to bribe the population to keep them in power with salary increases that are unsustainable. Both countries are at the mercy of a global economic melt-down. The difference is we don’t have the British to bail us out when we can no longer afford to service our national debt…

Turks and Caicos Islands: an economic free-for-all that veiled a culture of corruption

If this is too depressing, click on the dodo to win a Nintendo.