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HUMAN KINDS RELATIONSHIP TO NATURE Humans and nature has lived together for thousands and thousands of years as we humans try to conquer it Ever since England landed in North America we took land and destroyed it for hundreds of years have been taking resources for granite but now we have learned that most of the resources are not renewable when its gone its gone We have brutally killed animals just for sport almost leading them to extinction but that was then this is now Its Peoples instinct to want and need power People then and now crave it power money and territory Its led to the extinction of many animals and destroyed millions of acres of forests The early settlers in North America stole the land from the Indians and destroyed the tree and killed the animals for food and sport Indians would not waste hardily any part of the animal nor even think of killing an animal just to kill it Americans were savages back then and yet still some of us still are The Indians we at peace with mother nature the white people were at war with her When the Indians were roaming around North America they worshiped nature and gave thanks for every kill they made to food their tribe Used everything without hardly wasting a thing White people were not that way they killed buffalo to near extinction in which the native Americans who lived out on the plains the buffalo was there essence of survival As we turn to the middle of the decade we try to fix what we have done wrong as we tree to make peace with nature we try to save the endangered species that we made endangered plant more trees that have been chopped save the rain forest that we once tried to chop down Most of natures beauty isnt seen till its almost all gone Humans make
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