GET TO KNOW THE PANGOLINS AND YOU WILL LOVE THEM AND WHAT THEY DO
1. PANGOLIN SCALES ARE MADE UP OF KERATIN (SIMILAR TO HUMAN HAIR OR NAILS) – IT CAN NEVER BE MEDICINE FOR ANYTHING | IT CURES NOTHINNG | ONLY REINFORCES GREED AND IGNORANCE 2. PANGOLIN FETUSES CAN AND WILL NEVER BE AN APHRODISIAC | GET VIAGRA 3. PANGOLIN CAN NEVER BE AND SHOULD NEVER BE AN INGREDIENT FOR ALCOHOL | GET SERIOUS | BE CIVILIZED +++ IN MEMORY OF COUNTLESS UNKNOWN PANGOLIN KILLED BECAUSE OF IGNORANCE AND GREED
1. RHINO HORN IS MADE UP OF KERATIN SIMILAR TO HUMAN NAILS AND HAIR | THEREFORE CANNOT BE A MEDICINE FOR EVERYTHING | IT IS A CURE FOR NOTHING | JUST GREED AND IGNORANCE 2. RHINO HORN CAN AND WILL NEVER BE AN HANGOVER CURE | STAY SOBER AND THAT IN ITSELF IS A CURE FOR ALCOHOL INDUCED IGNORANCE 3. RHINO HORN CAN AND WILL BE A PRICELESS MEMENTO | IT IS WORTHLESS AND A REMINDER OF GREED AND IGNORANCE +++ IN MEMORY OF GEZA AND COUNTLESS UNKNOWN RHINOS KILLED BECAUSE OF IGNORANCE AND GREED
WHEN THE WORLD IS CRUEL | THE ONLY THING A RHINO CAN DO IS RUN | RUN TO SAFEGUARD ITS LIFE
LIVING AND ROAMING FREE | WITH TEETH (TUSKS) INTACT AND IN A SECURE ENVIRONMENT | LIVING A SOCIAL LIFE AS EVERY ELEPHANT SHOULD | THAT IS WHAT ELEPHANTS DREAMS ARE MADE OF
1. ELEPHANT TEETH (TUSKS OR IVORY) ARE MADE UP OF ENAMEL JUST LIKE HUMAN TEETH AND THUS KILLING AN ELEPHANT IS THE ONLY WAY TO FREE IT | BE SERIOUS | GET A LIFE 2. ELEPHANT TEETH (TUSKS OR TEETH) ARE NOT AND WILL NEVER A SYMBOL OF HIGH STATUS | IT IS A SYMBOL OF STATUS ANXIETY – GREED – & – IGNORANCE 3. TWO YEARS GESTATION PERIOD AND SEVENTY YEAR OF EXPECTED LIFE IS PRICELESS | ELEPHANT TEETH (TUSKS) IS WORTHLESS WITHOUT THE ELEPHANT 4. CURSED IVORY CAN NEVER BE A CHARMED OR GOOD – FORTUNE PENDANT NB: The Elephant Teeth “Tusks” are Modified Incisors in the Upper jaw. They replace Deciduous Milk-Teeth when the Animal reaches 6–12 months of age and grow continuously at about 17 cm (7 in) a year. +++ IN MEMORY OF SATAO AND MOUNTAIN BULL AND COUNTLESS UNKNOWN ELEPHANTS KILLED BECAUSE OF IGNORANCE AND GREED
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