This is yet another article written by someone terrifyingly reminding you that the coronavirus pandemic isn’t the last pandemic we will see. And again, like those previous articles, it urges people to treat their environment and animals better to prevent it.
This article looks at pangolins, which some people believe are the source of the coronavirus and one of the most trafficked animals in the world.
I predict people won’t be able to eat animals in the future, so I sometimes worry something big might happen in order to necessitate this change, something like this. Right now, I think COVID-19 has made progress on people calling for liberating animals more and on getting some people to stop eating animals, because of the assumed origins of the virus and what they might do with animals at zoos and pigs at pork productions, but I don’t quite think it’s big enough for what I predict.
This looks at the sad possible fate of animals that live in zoos because of the coronavirus crisis.
I think this further shows there is an agenda by certain people to get other people to stop eating meat from animals, and is where the future is going.
“There are millions of animal species, but man is the only animal capable of destroying them all.”
-Anthony Douglas Williams
A debate is beginning, along with the technology, about whether or not to genetically modify animals to make them as smart as humans. I’ve said before I believe all animals will be treated the same as all humans in the future. It’s then perhaps possible this will cause that equality.
Because I believe animals will be empowered more in the future, I often wonder if people will still have pets or what pets would even be called. The president of PETA might give me an idea.
Researchers claim there’s a chance cats can eat human corpses after somebody dies.
Researchers have identified the first and only animal that doesn’t need oxygen to survive.