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She rested her head on his shoulder, rested her eyes on the shimmering wavelets, and spoke facing the windshield. “I once saw a movie clip on one of those nature programs on TV. Showed a pair of young sea otters – genus Enhydra – teasing a hungry polar bear. They were just about a year old, when they could feel confident leaving their mother’s side, awed by the splendor of the real world. They made little chirping noises at the top of a snowy embankment, and when the bear came rumbling after them, at the last second they skidded down the snowy sliding pond into an open water hole and disappeared. Then, as the bear stood confused at the top of the mound with a where’d-they-go look on its face, they stuck their heads out of the icy waterhole and appeared to be laughing, like it was a joke. The natural world is filled with joy and wonder; now the entire family of sea otters is dangerously near total extinction. I tell you big business, the government, and religion are leading the world down a blind alley.
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