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Covid-19’s far-reaching effect on endangered species

Covid-19’s far-reaching effect on endangered species

Apo Islands in Philippines have been suffering from environmental pollutions for years, because of Philippines’ notorious plastic pollution to the world after China and Indonesia. As natural recycling is processing by mother nature itself, due to less tourists whereabouts, Covid-19 proves that it is remedy to endangered species. There are 385 different fish species at Apo Island region.

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Sapper
Sapper 1 weeks

Ok, I hate the fact that our beautiful world and all of her amazing creatures are being abused. But let’s be honest, most people of European descent do care about litter and graffiti, recycling and limiting the use of pesticides and plastics. It isn’t the people, it’s the bloody governments and NGOs that are behind dumping toxic waste and even nuclear reactor cooling water into the sea. Then the land fills. Then the acts of animal cruelty to happen like h@lal meat. Most people are kind and want to co- exist, but through fear and division, we are easily manipulated. Next ‘emergency’ will be covid related (watch this space) and then ‘climate’ related. We are under attack from communism, its all on the UN website ‘agenda 21/30’. God be with us all. We unite, or suffer.

Bart
Bart 1 weeks

So what they are saying is that if only China and India stop poluting then the nature will go back to normal? Well thank God that all the weirdos in Europe an USA scream bloody murder against countries that try to do something instead of China or India. Makes sense.

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