Re: NANFA-- Why save the Devils Hole pupfish?
Wed, 6 Jun 2001 09:07:27 EDT

I wish someone who thought like you was in charge when they started draining
all the water tables where I live so they could build more and more houses,
stores, banks, and gas stations. Hundreds of unique isolated ponds have died
just so rich people could live in the middle of what used to be a bog! You
would think that the destruction of endangered species would control the
drainage but from Venus fly traps to isolated unique fishes all was destroyed
and paved over and now have those monoculture lawns and golf courses. Not one
of the environmentalists even so much as whimpered as this was going on.
where are the tree huggers when you need them? Probably not enough photo
opportunities around here.


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