symbiosis conflicts & species wars
Posted in the Zoology Forum
#1 Aug 17, 2010
All species on planet Earth are connected by Earth's ecosystems in real predictable ways. Not only are bees and flowers partners in symbiotic relationships, but also all species on planet Earth. Trees, plants, lions, rabbits, penguins, humans, sharks, flies, etc., share oxygen, nitrogen, calcium, and other nutrients. These nutrients are recycled and reused when Earth regurgitates these nutrients for cyclical re-use.
However, ecological distortions caused by unpredictable storms and manmade pollution disrupt these symbiosis cycles and cause un-natural inter-species wars that defy standard predator-prey relationships. These species conflicts are detrimental to Earth's ecological homeostasis.
If Earth is to restore its natural ecosystem balances, human beings must work together to take proactive solutions that restore ecosystem cycles.
Such solutions include planting trees to replace those lost to industrial deforestation, a social endeavor that restores Earth's lost photosynthesis oxygen which is valuable for maintaining Earth's temperature and wind movements.
Social projects such as Rebuild New Orleans Green and Earth Day are great human resources for understanding how to proactively restore ecosystem balances that make harmonious inter-species symbiosis naturally beneficial.
Does this explain the social appeal of Hollywood (USA) movies such as "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective" (1994)?
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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