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To my grandson,

I am sorry for everything we did. Trees burning oxygen lowering. Plants are becoming extinct. Carbon dioxide is high pollution high.

We might recycle things now. We need more trees to get the carbon dioxide. Paper straws wood cutlery and recycle.

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