Saturday, April 9, 2016

Toxic Waste is A Problem

10 Most Shocking Real Mutations In Animals
 
All dogs beyond the wolf and coyote are man designed. I wonder how many results are actually mutations that society has deemed acceptable and show dogs. The video "10 Most Shocking Real Mutations In Animals" exposes humanity's negative footprint on the earth for the sake of creature comforts, technical advances and designed breeding.

My grandmother owned a house and two acres in Hinkley, California before I was born in 1967 and until I was in my thirties. I was born in 1973, she gave up the land and house in 2003 and moved to Fresno, California.

I have cousins that have suffered health problems because of the power plant in Hinkley, California. I am surprised I do not have issue, since I would play in the run-off that the well will produce when I would visit my grandmother in the summers as a young kid. Perhaps, what kept me safe was the few visit I had. Also, as I became a teenager,  my visit  where next to none. As an adult maybe I visited my grandmother one or two times. 

For years, my grandmother rented the house while she worked as a live-in nurse. My Grandmother lived a short time when I was a kid and when she retired for a short minute in her late 60’s. Boy, the water tasted great despite the toxic waste affecting the underground water. Toxins can be odorless and flavorless, scary!

Most mutations do not survive to make the news or be noticed. Also, myths and folk legends are inspired and designed around mutated animals and people. Faith is my favorite mutated animal in the video. Faith shows how a dog can be as creative as humans under the right circumstances. Can you imagine a snake with legs and arms?

The mutated creatures have inspired several movies and T.V. programs. Can you spot a few inspired creatures? Who was your favorite? Leave a comment let us know the good, the bad, the ugly. Remember sharing is caring, pass the word to help a dog in need of a home.

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