On what basis - other than self-interest - can we claim that human life is intrinsically more valuable than other animal life? Especially when our existence is so much more detrimental to the natural world than that of all other species?
we've been down to as few as 100 - 10,000 breeding pairs worldwide in times past, and the species has made it through.
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