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Your Land and My Land There are many differences in a city when compared to a rural setting One of the largest differences deals with that of the visual surroundings Cities are filled with buildings streets traffic and people while the country is filled with trees mountains streams and animals With such commotion in this city-type setting the natural environment is altered a great deal Natural wildlife which runs rampant in the spacious great outdoors is seemingly non-existent in urban areas This however is not the case by any means It is necessary to look a little closer to find wildlife on the land of a city The wildlife that still exists inside the city has learned to adapt to their environment as means of survival Pigeons can be found eating breadcrumbs from an old mans hands in the park Rats scour the sewers and alleys for scraps Squirrels relax in the trees and make their moves for food accordingly while avoiding some hazards such as cars and people that surround them These are all examples of how animals can adapt to the setting and survive In the country or any rural area nature functions in a different manner People must learn to adapt to their surroundings while animals and nature continue to live on peacefully While driving down a country highway at night one must watch carefully for deer moose or any other type of animal that could have wandered into the middle of the road Roads themselves leave people in the country dealing more with natures wrath Snow on a windy dirt road up a mountain becomes much more of a hindrance as Page 1 compared to snow that would be plowed away and kept melted with salt on a flat city street A large tree that could have fallen in the road out in the country could take days to be cleared yet in the city such a
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