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One day their was a strange and disturbing feeling in the forest the young doe woke up from a long slumber to all the frightened creatures The sparrow and gang of crows returned from a month long expedition around the world a crowd had formed around them She walked over to the crowd and listened the sparrow spoke of huge machines pumping black stuff out of the sea a island of trash has formed in the pacific and travels around killing sea creatures as if its a hungry ferocious monster Buildings have taken the place of once beautiful forests hairless creatures putting animals on their walls as trophies or instead of paintings Mother Owl spoke up and said we shouldnt be talking like this infront of the children But the sparrow kept talking and expressed how he should talk about this so the children can be aware of the changing world He revealed his feelings of despair and how its not safe anymore He spoke of the paper used to get all these fancy unimportant things that the hairless creatures use on a daily basis Out of the crowd walked in Mister Turtle who has been around for many many years He never comes out of his hole so it was a shock to see him The animals moved out of his way as he walked to the center of the crowd He looked around and cleared his throat silence was upon the forest now Then he began to speak For past generations I have seen many things and many changes that has happened to our world I have seen acres of forests destroyed and used to build houses buisnesses giant hospitals and schools for the hairless you all speak of the proper term is humans They are advanced creatures with the capability of doing all that there is nothing
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