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Priscilla Nie Professor Engelmann English 1 June 2, y Keep the biocompatibility The Greatest Threat to our Planet is the Belief that someone else will Save it. -Robert Swan Mountain is a tiny ecosystem. T hinking like a mountain, deem as enduring all the species and lives in the ecosystem, remaining diverse and productive over a long period. We should consider how our actions impact the natural world , develop a sense of compassion and concern of all lives, is the focus of Leopold’s essay “Thinking like a Mountain”. Leopold states, “In those days we had never heard of passing up a chance to kill a wolf.” (par.5) Fewer wolves meant more deers, which meant greater hunting experiences. “We reached the old wolf in time to watch a fierce green fire dying in her eyes.” (par.6) Leopold acknowledges “something known only to here and to the mountain” (par.6); removing a single species can cause several serious nega- tive consequences in the ecosystem. The markedly reducing number of species which is caused by humans’ self-serving activities directly effects the ecological cycle and the ecological equilibrium. Primarily those habitat loss, lead t o exotic species and global warming. While the environmental resources stop continuing ENVIRONMENT 1
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indefinitely, there’s no more sustainability. We are not the judgers of neither all the live s nor the nature, there’s no best way for any species survive artificially and compatible w ith each other. Defined sustainability as continuing ecological equilibrium , biocompatibilit y . H unting much more wolves, which also kill s coyotes, another deer preda-
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