As grizzly bears are part of our world animal treasure, we need to ask ourselves what is our attitude towards them. Do we respect them? Do we share in peace the same habitat?
The way I treat grizzly bears depends on my conservative personality. If we all think about being more attentive regarding the bear’s situation, this world will still have grizzly bears 50 years from now. Although in the past, the U.S. carried out a strategy to assure the grizzly bear would not become extinct, there is still a controversy whether the mission is accomplished.
Lately, some have been trying to de-list the “facing extinction” mark but it is still too early to even think about doing that. Did we struggle so far just to throw everything away by starting to hunt them? Instead, we should encourage protection and prudence.
People around the world are invited to give recognition to our efforts regarding the status of nature. This recognition should comprise calculating the consequences of our actions represented by our state and federal governments, also counting the target of our federal government to remove the Endangered Species Act from Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and to ‘donate’ these bears to trophy hunters all due to Montana Department of Fish Wildlife and Parks’s plans.
God taught us to protect our world, not to recklessly command the deaths of so many living creatures. Unfortunately, this would only bring slaughter and massacre. Ever since men started to hunt for the first time, they did only to have enough food. Plus, that hunted animal was killed very quickly to avoid causing too much torture.
We, as humans, do not need other dead animal trophies. This world has already seen enough suffering and misery. We do not need bears to eat, but instead, we want to kill them just for fun. How cruel is that? There are some many things we can do for fun instead of killing innocent creatures.
Thanks to the Endangered Species Act, the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem grizzly bears number increased from 136 to several. According to the experts, if grizzly bears will be delisted, too many of them are going to be killed. Bear cubs stick up with their mothers up to three years until they reach adulthood. So why would you kill an animal who did nothing wrong? On the other hand, we have a conscience or at least we should.
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