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patrick kariuki

Great work to save the Earth

Daniel Kohl

Great Lakes are one of my favorite places in the world, it is said to read about pollution there :( I hope this fact won't influence on animal species living there, because I just read an article about catastrophic reduction of biodiversity on our planet ( ) , it preocupates me much.

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