Letter — No habitat for human
March 31, 2003
Bear lovers are quick to point out that man has moved into the bears habitat and therefore he is to blame for the problems with them. Perhaps the problem bears should be delivered to these experts who must know how to deal with them. Apparently they don’t keep food in their homes. They say since man has moved into the bears habitat they should not complain or they should go back to where they came from.
The question now arises; where is man’s habitat? The answer seems to be we don’t have one. Man has moved in on all the species of the earth. I suppose we could go back to the Garden of Eden except that, I hear, is inhabited by snakes. Does anyone know where the Garden is? I suppose we would encounter some very irritated people there too.
Ray H. Cooper
South Lake Tahoe
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