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Future Generation,

Being able to go out and see the world with no worry is an extremely wonderful thing. Lately our world has been having problems with pollution and loss of natural resources. If these problems keep occuring their will be no way of going and seeing the world. It is up to your generation (if it’s not too late) to change ways of the world by keeping it clean and natural. Trust me, it’s worth it.

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