Natural History and the Good Life

It's one thing to see pictures of beautiful things, but to see them in person at full size is a wonder itself. I was able to physically how small we actually are compared to other animals. This large statue was hard to miss. It was humbling to say the least.

We as humans were given the Earth. Why pollute or destroy it? I feel sick and awful that we are consuming resources and polluting the atmosphere at a rate so unsustainable that we are destroying home. Seeing these frightening statistics and facts made me livid and frustrated.

Humans and nature are ultimately interconnected. The museum does a fantastic job of immersing you in the biome or environment, giving you an opportunity to appreciate all of the biodiversity that the world offers. It also showcases where our food, materials, and energy can come from. We rely on the Earth for resources. Why should we harm it any more than we already have?

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