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Dear future generations,

I am not sure where to start, although there are many great things, there are so many terrible things in this day and age. The whole world revolves around money, which really sucks. Some of the nicest places on earth are getting destroyed by the government because they need more land for buildings for people to rent them, to get more money, I am so sorry you didn’t get to see them. Beautiful reefs in Hawaii are getting destroyed by certain types of sunscreen, I am so sorry you didn’t get to see them. Amazing trees in the forest are getting cut down for more buildings, I am so sorry you didn’t get to see them. Please make awareness for nature in the future so there will be some left, work together so it doesn’t go extinct.

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