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The abuse and destruction of the ecosystem is happening everywhere around us. The scale of the damage might be different in different places, but it affects us all, since we all live together on this planet. Being concerned about the health of the rain-forests is essential to your own well-being no matter where you live.

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Capturing Endangered Species Joel Sartore
More bees less assholes

Promoting caring of the natural world, especially pollinators, through humor, education, activism, and entertainment. If our name caught your attention then we are doing our job!

Website: https://www.facebook.com/morebeeslessassholes

10 comments

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    google plus api Monday, 27 October 2014 15:41 Comment Link
  • karin wybauw

    We as humans need a one by one breeding (=two people, two kids, never more even if death occurs).Education in school from day one on (as some schools in third world countries do) to respect nature and 'why' the humsn specues on esrth depends on...It is too late to understand this by the 'now generations' but we can plant a change for the future...

    karin wybauw Friday, 23 May 2014 16:58 Comment Link
  • Noah

    People cant really make a difference when government gets in the way and all they think about is money. The only way things are going to change in this world are when millions of people die due to a disaster, that will then be the only way to teach people/government bout changing our policies. Try to do the most you can to change the world, even when there is no hope

    Noah Wednesday, 23 April 2014 20:45 Comment Link
  • Magge

    I am glad somebody takes pictures like this. I hate that it is so hard to get people to understand and take action given the fragile state the environment is in.

    Magge Tuesday, 15 April 2014 13:43 Comment Link
  • Bob Benvenuti

    First… I was cryin like a fkn baby by the end (albeit a profane baby). Secondly… Insulate your fkn house! Third… Thank you.

    Bob Benvenuti Tuesday, 15 April 2014 06:25 Comment Link
  • Sam

    Got to love the fact that the best thing some people can do is come on here and gripe about grammar, or suggest people kill themselves?!

    Wonderful, constructive comments, guys...just fabulous. I'm sure your suggestions will save the world.

    This photographer is at least doing something, anything is better than nothing at all. Great photography, admirable passion and education, education, education.

    Pity so many lack manners, let alone intelligence.

    Sam Tuesday, 15 April 2014 04:33 Comment Link
  • Katharina

    Great work. I think you do change something.

    Katharina Sunday, 12 January 2014 23:52 Comment Link
  • Louise

    If he were truly a genius, he would know that it's "more bees, FEWER assholes".

    Louise Friday, 29 November 2013 23:12 Comment Link
  • Gunner

    More animals less people? Have the courage of your convictions and kill yourself or at least don't breed.

    Gunner Thursday, 24 October 2013 14:46 Comment Link
  • Sarah

    More koalas, less assholes. I can live with that. More animals less humans would work for me too. Something has to change. Thanks for sharing.

    Sarah Saturday, 12 October 2013 07:43 Comment Link

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