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In the essay the Round River Aldo Leopold was trying to say many different ideas that related together in the fight for nature preservation and restoration One of Aldo Leopolds main points in his essay was that we as humans can not replace rebuild nature So before it goes to far and gets to destroyed we must restore it As people though we can only do so much and we cant restore it with foreign plants but only the natural plants that originated there So if we destroy an areas ecosystem then we can never restore and replenish it to its original state and land consistency In his essay Leopold said that we have radically modified the biotic system because we had to Food chains now begin with corn and alfalfa instead of oaks and bluestem flows through cows hogs and poultry instead of into elk deer and grouse Therefore we can never restore damage done but only reroute it Another point in his essay is that all land is one mechanism and if you damage one part then you intern damage or affect another part So we cannot fully preserve land because our scientists cannot recognize all of the earths mechanisms For instance if you kill the wolves then the rabbit and deer population may rise without as high of predation Another major point in his essay is that if we are going to prevent a species from extinction we must do it everywhere not just in one specific place The worlds whale population is not going to rise if only the United States bans whale hunting And if we dont enforce poaching laws and regulations This also refers to if you tamper with one organism you affect a lot more If we kill all the whales not only can we not use them but larger sea predators like sharks cant either So they will be forced to feed on smaller sea
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