It may seem impossible to believe that wild pigs can survive in our polluted atmosphere, but the truth is, they can.
They live underground in burrows that are dug into the earth’s surface. The air they breathe is heavily contaminated with toxic gases produced by coal-fired power plants, car exhaust, and other sources. The oxygen they need to survive has been sucked out through the ground and taken away by the ever-increasing pollution in the environment. This means that wild pigs have to find some way of getting it into their lungs again.
Luckily for these innocent creatures, humans have not sullied the earth’s surface with excessive pollution as much as they have with car exhaust and other pollutants. There are a number of natural ways that nature provides them with a way of getting the air they need into their bodies. Examples are the gills of certain species of wild pigs, the presence of certain gases in car exhaust, and even certain types of grasses. All of these natural means of breathing clean air allow wild pigs to live without any worries about pollution.
Humans have, on the other hand, sullied the earth’s surface with excessive landfills. There are millions of tons of waste products sitting in landfills all over the country. Not only do humans create a large amount of greenhouse gases through the burning of fossil fuels like oil, gas, and coal, but they also release large amounts of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. This means that even though human beings may be able to go green and live healthy on their own, they are putting themselves in danger by releasing as much CO2 into the atmosphere as one million cars. This fact alone should be enough motivation for people to take more care with the way they live.
There is another reason why wild pigs are as high as one million cars as they release a lot of carbon into the atmosphere. Wild pigs eat a lot. They eat vegetation, leaves, grasses, fruits, eggs, and anything else that are green. A pig will eat almost everything that it can get its hands on. In order to survive, pigs must eat a lot of food to sustain themselves, and this means eating more carbon than humans.
There is a solution to this problem. Wild pigs can actually be trained not to eat so much vegetation and turn to eating alternatives instead. Devices could also be placed under the pig’s cage or in the area where they sleep to help neutralize the chemicals that the pig releases into the air when they eat. This may not only help with keeping them healthy, but it also prevents them from having an excess of CO2 in the air. This is because these natural filters neutralize the effects of the CO2 released by the pig’s digestive system.
This fact has been confirmed by a leading research institution. In fact, this university has won a number of grants to conduct studies in the field of environmental impact. The results of their studies have proven that the natural internal cleansing mechanisms within the Earth’s ecosystem is extremely effective in removing the excess CO2 that the animals produce as a byproduct of their normal digestion. The natural internal cleansing systems can also remove nearly a hundred different toxins from the air in which the animals roam.
While this is an extreme example of nature’s cleansing ability, it can easily be replicated in laboratories and farms. In fact, it has been done. Some number of companies have already taken advantage of this research and have begun to use such natural scrubbers to rid their facilities of unwanted pollutants. Other companies have been looking to invest in the technology and are currently researching ways to perfect it. While it has not yet been released for use on commercial farms, one company has already released an automatic scrubber that is capable of cleaning up thirty times the amount of dirt that a standard vacuum can clean.
This automatic system may not only save the company lots of money but could also reduce the amount of nitrogen dioxide and other harmful gases that are emitted into the atmosphere by the company’s employees.
So, why do so many people still think that it’s okay to release wild pigs into the environment? It’s because they have a completely irrational fear of the possible effects that such uncontrollable creatures might have on the human population as well as on the delicate balance that maintain the ecosystem. They fail to understand that there is absolutely no threat to human life whatsoever. Releasing one million cars as a result of animal agriculture is just an extremely bad idea that could hurt the planet more than it would help it.
Provided by Antonio Westley
Disclaimer: This article is meant to be seen as an overview of this subject and not a reflection of viewpoints or opinions as nothing is definitive. So, make sure to do your research and feel free to use this information at your own discretion.