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Went fishing with an old timer a few years ago in the Georgia Strait. He was the retired founder of an oyster company and, by his own account, had been plying local waters for most of his 70 years or so.
When I asked him what the biggest difference he'd noticed in that time was, he replied, "Seagulls." He swept his arm in a panoramic fashion and said that 40 year ago they sky would be filled with them. "Millions of 'em," he said. "Nesting on that cliff, chasing the boat--everywhere. You could hear them for miles."
As it was there were just a few of them in the distance. Aaaand we didn't get a bite all day.
Jfl at humans. What a shameful species we are. Over a few millennia we managed to become a plague to this planet. Killing off species after species and destroying the last rainforests and coral reefs without even slowing down. I hope that when it’s our time to go extinct there won’t be anybody left to repopulate the planet and continue the destruction. We are evolutions greatest mistake