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Dear future generations,

I am so sorry for all the hurtful things we have done to the Eath. Some things that we have done to the Eath is horrible. The animals that lived on the ice may become extinct because of the mellting ice. Most of the climate is changeing because of us. The plactic that people are dumping in the ocean is afecting animals that live in the ocean. Sorry for the rainforest trees being chopped down.

Hopefully people will realise what we are doing to the climate. I hope in the future the climate will change. Some things that we can do like evyone in the would could start to recycle evy thing . In the rainforest alot of trees are being choped down.We could fix that by planting trees all around the would.

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