This adorable baby hippo told him it wasn't like that – he totally loves humans, and he knows people would never be intentionally lazy and ignorant about the environment? See? This hippo knows people love baby animals.via amazing-creature.blogspot.com/
Prove the baby hippo right. Earth Day is over, but that shouldn't be the only day when we're thinking about ways to live more sustainably and with less impact on the Earth. We live in a fragile peninsula here in Florida, and we need to be mindful of that year round. Think about all the chemicals you put on your lawn to keep it green, all of the water you use washing your car (or watering your lawn), all of the trash you produce then never think about again after garbage day. It doesn't just go away – it's all out there somewhere.
It's a very cliche saying, but try to make ever day Earth Day.
Do it for these baby pandas. And for this teeny, tiny octopus.
And for this even teenier, tinier octopus. He's so small he's practically just a speck.
Don't care for octopi? Then do it for this baby sloth.via tumblr.com
Or for this baby seal who's so fat he can't do anything except blink his eyes.senorgif.com
Or for this tiny monkey who thinks this stuffed animal is his mother.tumblr.com
Or this bunny who thinks this pit bull is his mother. I think the pit bull maybe thinks the bunny is her baby, too, so it's all good.tumblr.com
But whoever you do it for, don't forget: Reduce, reuse, recycle. Plant your own vegetable gardens. Stop using dangerous chemicals and insecticides. Support your local producers. Treat the Earth like you'd want to be treated yourself. Do it for the baby animals. Especially this baby turtle, who just wants to be put down already so he can go swim in the ocean – the nice, clean ocean that you aren't going to pollute anymore, right? Right.
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