This text on the wall of the museum describes the plight many sea habitats and sea populations suffer from due to the overfishing and pollution we infect our Floridian waters with. From the large, oil-heavy boats that we use to the overconsumption and overfishing of sea creatures, we aren't keeping our fishing waters a sustainable food source. In this situation, I was able to see Leopold's point of being members of a "biotic community" rather than "conquerers of land". As I saw this, the first thing that came into my mind was pity for ourselves and the underwater species near the coastal areas of Florida; however, I do believe there is a way to mend this, and as human being, we have to correct our errors in this sense. Other people walking by this were just as surprised as I was too. The Natural Museum had informational areas all across the museum, from information on extinctions to preservations, much like this wall I took a picture of. Thus, I do believe that this museum helped me awaken my ethical side and sympathize with the situation surrounding us and our waters.