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The human race is by far the most powerful animal species to have ever walked the Earth. Through concrete and steel, we have redirected massive rivers, flatten mountains, and fell countless trees to remake the world into our liking. In the process, we have wiped out other species, altered global temperature, and brought destruction to every corner of the planet.

Climate change is already happening. We must act now to save our planet. #thereisonlyoneearth

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