…Slip The Hook
Good news, fellow humans. We are off the hook with this whole climate change issue. Someone else is going to take care of it.
And as an added bonus, this “someone else” is adorable.
According to new research, a sea otter population boom could go a long way to reduce sea urchin numbers, and therefore allow kelp forests to become very large.
The kelp forests in turn are able to absorb 12 times the amount of CO2 from the atmosphere.
Of course, even the best laid plans have a way of going awry. And while these cute, fury earth savers may seem adorable and harmless now. We may be singing a different tune when they out numbers us five to one and are looking for a bit of gratitude for saving the planet.
…and I guess it could mess with the food chain. Which would be bad. Plus that’s always been our job.
More on the Story: PlanetSave.com
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