Little furry creatures, like bunnies, foxes, and the occasional owl; don’t we all just love them? And what about the other ones, like frogs, fish, salamanders, and insects, creatures with no marketability, all have a similar trait, they cannot have drastic changes in environment, otherwise they die (except frogs). Yes, just like humans, animals too cannot have drastic changes in their nearby environment, otherwise they too perish, or simply move to another area because their food source may have become exhausted. For example, if you look at bass, trout, and perch, bass can only survive up... [continues]
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