All right, kids, here's a good metaphor for you. Metaphor for. Phor for. Haha. Er, wow. Mmm...Sorry. I'll shut up now.

But anyways:

What on earth are you supposed to do if you see an endangered animal eating an endangered plant? Anyone care to enlighten me?

Just wondering.


Taylor said...

That's actually not a metaphor, but...whatever.

You let it be, because we don't have the science to create endangered animals from cells. We can do that with plants, so if the plant is helping the endangered animal to survive, then so be it. Grab a test tube and make some more. The animals are the ones that need the most protection right now.

Anonymous said...

don't do anyhing: it's nature and its natural. they aren't good enough to survive. survival of the fittest.


Wow, you really read all that? Danggg. Props! =]

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