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To our future generations,

Earth really sucks. It wasn’t always like this though. Earth was a very great place before we took it for granted. Our world used to have a great and stable climate and there used to be a great amount of forests that were homes to many animals. Our generation is sorry that you may not get to see some of those animals as some are endangered right now and may go extinct soon. It is rather sad that many of the animals that we had the chance to make sure were safe and had home are dying from our beliefs that we should hunt some of the animals or destroy their homes that provide for them. We are sorry for the immense amount of pollution in the air and oceans that we have made. Please don’t be as ignorant as we were with the planet. You have the chance to help us save the planet. Don’t make the wrong choices like we made.

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