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Of Dolphins and Bats

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Dolphins, Whales and Bats are mammals and have a hard time surviving in nature. And it is becoming harder and harder for them!

Be it the oil spills in the oceans for the maritime mammals or be it that bats are inhabiting old buildings which are getting modernized.

Thus the bats are losing their habitat.

The impression is, that this animals are favored because they are mammals.

Some other animals which have caught the attention of people are Frogs and Toads.

Now some good people have made it their task to save this animals from extinction.This is very nice, but how do they go about it?

Besides from the good will of the people, who work on the public awareness nothing much can be done. I am now 57 years old and I remember as a young child, when I took a ride, with an adult in a car, in every gas station that we stopped the wind shield and the radiator grill had to be cleaned from insects. Now it does not have to be done, because it seems that there are less insects.

And this is exactly the problem of the bats, beside losing their habitat, the food of the bats are getting scarce.

The habitat of the Dolphins and Whales is endangered by oil spills and ship traffic. All these beside the fact that humans are in competition for the same food source as these animals. The oceans are fished empty for human need.

Frogs and Toads are also losing their habitat because humans need the space to build houses or for agriculture.

I don’t want to discourage all those nice people who made it their task to help the animals.

But we have to think much broader!

The only way to help the animals is a global Renaturation plan, which has to include a new law. Something which could be compared to the basic form of Human Rights – Nature’s Right!

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