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16 Photos Showing How Distressed Mother Nature Feels When We Betray Her

Imagine returning home after a tiring day at night only to find your home gone missing. Wouldn’t you feel lost? Animals feel the same They are just as vulnerable as we are. Forcefully taking away their homes or keeping them in bondage is an immensely distressing experience for them.

Nature and humans are truly inseparable. Regardless of age or culture, humans have always found nature pleasing. However, over the past centuries, humans have grown separate from nature and dominant over it.

The world is progressively handled in a way that maximizes the flow of material from nature, to meet rising human demands for resources like food, energy, and timber. But, the favor is not returned in necessary proportions. And due to this difference, other species of animals who had no bargain in humans’ growing dominance of the world are suffering.

Here, we have complied 16 photos of innocent animals who were deprived of their homes, compelled to live in unhealthy environments, and held in captivity in an attempt to show you how nature truly feels about this undesirable situation.

#1 “I Had To Cut Down A Tree In My Yard And Now I Feel Bad.”

Distressed Nature

#2 A Desperate Attempt To Save His Home

Distressed Nature

#3 “I Miss You, Home”

Distressed Nature

#4 A Homeless Dog In Bucharest After A Storm

Distressed Nature

#5 “It’s A Little Oily Out Here”

Distressed Nature

#6 Polar Bears Feasting On Trash

Distressed Nature

#7 Photograph Taken By A Coast Guard Shows An Egret’s Feet, Legs, And Base Quills Covered In Oil

Distressed Nature

#8 So Close Yet So Far Away

Distressed Nature

#9 “Image Of The Pressure Of Living In New York City”

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The bear (1985–2013) named “Masochist,” “Discouraged,” and “Bipolar” by journalists has been in the Central Park Zoo in New York City since the 1990s.

#10 Here’s An Example Of What A Trivial Ring Of A Soft Drink Can Is Capable Of Doing

Distressed Nature

#11 “This Used To Be My Home”

Distressed Nature

#12 Just Another Depiction Of Humans’ Effect On The Wild

Distressed Nature

#13 “This Was My Home Last Night”

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#14 A Wrecked Kangaroo After The Bushfires In Australia

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#15 A Laysan Gooney Living On A Heap Of Garbage

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#16 “You Can Enjoy My Paintings, But I Don’t Enjoy Being Held Behind Bars.”

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Goliath Panda, Yang, holds a brush behind certain photos it painted at the Schoenbrunn Zoo in Vienna, Austria on August 10, 2018.

Featured Image credit – BupMaster | Reddit

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