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Old 01-23-2012, 01:07 PM
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Originally Posted by Walt Liquor View Post
Elephants watching out for other herbivores is now equivalent to stockpiling food and trading it all over the world to ensure the domination of our species. Good work.

Humans refuse to let mother nature take its course, there is no other species that alters their entire eco-system for its own henefit as a species.

I also dont see elephants destroying the habitat and existence of competitors. I didn't miss that you've decided to ignore the abject slaughter of our competitors.

This is all interrelated.

Any animal that exists in familial units is obviously going to exhibit similar traits to other animals that live that sort of lifestyle. Good job!
Beavers, ants and termites do. I'm sure I could think of more examples if I wanted.
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