The animals are finally released from the zoo. The zoo is officially closed for the season. I just got the email that my cat, Poppy, has been moved into the new zoo.
So it looks like the new zoo is on a peninsula in the middle of the ocean called the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
That’s right, Poppy just moved from that zoo.
It seems that Poppy wasn’t just moved from the zoo, but rather moved to the new zoo.
The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is one of the biggest garbage patches on Earth. The Garbage Patch is the name given to the area around a garbage dump. Basically all of the garbage is dumped in the Garbage Patch and left to decompose for a year or so. The garbage patch is a large area around the garbage dump that has only relatively recently been opened up to the public. It was once a huge garbage dump as well, but the Garbage Patch was originally covered in the garbage.
The Great Pacific Garbage Patch covers some of the lower islands of the Pacific Ocean. These islands are inhabited by many species of animals such as sea turtles, dolphins, and a large number of insects. Some of the animals are so well known that they’re used in movies and TV shows to show the exotic nature of the islands.
The Great Garbage Patch stretches over 1,000 miles and is over 30,000 square miles in size. It is the largest natural garbage patch in the world, and the largest known natural garbage patch in the world is in the state of California. The Great Garbage Patch is thought to have been formed by a huge volcanic eruption.
When you hear that, it should make you pause for some thought. The Garbage Patch is a perfect example of what happens when our society begins to take animal species and their habitats for granted. We have these massive areas of habitat that are completely ignored. They don’t need protecting, they can live in peace. We could even have these areas open to the public, and let the animals enjoy their own space.
In fact, the Garbage Patch is just one of the many examples of habitat loss that we are currently experiencing. The amount of habitat that has disappeared in the last century alone is staggering. In the last 100 years, over 50% of America’s forests died, and the amount of land that has been converted to green space has increased by over 70%. We are starting to see what happens when we take away habitats.
Animal kingdom is in danger of becoming a place where we are forced to take care of animals who have no care of their own.