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There are many animals living on this earth today who often feel mistreated by the most dangerous and callous animal of all This animal is known simply as Man This ferocious beast has brought terror all over this vast and wonderful land for centuries Due to mans obsession with game hunting the many species of animals today will soon become the hats coats piano keys rugs and wall ornaments of tomorrow The corruption and cruelty to this land and its animals living here on this earth has to stop and right now Why must man mutilate the animals of the world Without animals on this earth how will man eat breath or survive These are the sort of questions man needs to ask himself Without animals on this earth to scatter nuts seeds and berries to allow trees and other plants to grow which man needs to survive Man is constantly pursuing mediocre pleasures like hunting instead of thinking ahead about the aftermath Just a little game can cause the entire food chain to all apart Without different species of animals the cycle will discontinue and eventually result in the extinction of all animals plants trees and most of all the head of the food chain Man Man may see this as an opportunity for fun and games but in fact it is not Especially when it is mans turn to die off and be forgotten I suggest that Man stop looking for prey before the huntee becomes the hunted The laws on hunting seriously need to be changed in order to save what bit of animals that remain on this earth Game Hunting for Fun should be abolished There should be no more studies in the labs involving products being tested on animals The Elephant hunted for its skin and most of all its rich Ivory Used to make a lot of products produced my man For purposes rarely needed
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