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Dear future generation,

I’m sorry for the way my generation treated our planet and harmed the minds of the youth. Whether it was through media or making drug abuse the norm or pumping harmful chemicals in to the air, polluting natural lands and destroying the habitats and homes of many animals. I’m sorry that many of you may not know what or ever get to see a rhino, sea turtles, or even something as simple as a fish. I just hope that at the time of me writing this letter someone is doing something for future generations.

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