We should stop using rare materials and start using recycled materials. This is because if we don’t the animals around the area might die because their home will be gone and it will be dangerous for them. “Approximately 3,000 trees are cut down each day, with an annual rate of nearly 440,000 a year.” “Making matters worse, hundreds of animals’ habits are destroyed in the process”. According to troythtran.wordpress.com This shows us that since the animals habitat are getting cutted down. They lose their home and sometimes their food source. In conclusion, we should try to use recycled materials to save nature and the animals.
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