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Sunday, January 10, 2016

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Squatchingirl is missing the point. In every case in the last 100 years when an animal is protected it cost thousands of people there livelihood. The mere listing of the Northern Spotted Owl cost in excess of 200,000 jobs just in a three state square over a period of 10 years and still to this day has untold effects on citizens. Those jobs will never come back. The cascade affect was tremendous closing schools, wiping out funds for law enforcement and thousand of mom and pop stores. Drug abuse and domestic violence went through the roof. Thousands of hard working families  lost everything including their homes. It is very easy to say "nobody has the right to hide earths animal nobody." Well we've seen the collapse of the lumber industry over a small and rare bird. Can you imagine what a listing of a large primate type animal would do? Even if there is only one hundred Sasquatchs still alive the listing would tear this county up.


 Vast amount of lands would be deemed off limits. It WOULD NOT JUST AFFECT THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST. IT WOULD BE NATION WIDE. Millions of acres of land, forest, farm and rural areas would be affected. National parks would be affected like Yosemite and Yellowstone. Sasquatch would be considered far up the food chain from a bird. The endangered species act states: No species within the listing will be exempt from full protection, under no circumstance will protection be altered for economical gain. Listing must protect all KNOWN native land and food sources. Under no circumstance can congress remove listing TILL adequate recovery as specified by biology be established. Said listing cannot be below the standard 10 years for reasonable growth.

Do you want to destroy the country for an hairy animal that may or may not remain anyway? What if they are proven to be related to primates? Then we really have problems headed our direction.
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Thank you Tom for your comment. You have given us much to think about. ... I did read this on a video for Youtube. ... Linda Newton-Perry
 

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