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Default Insects' right to life will be decided in court

On Feb 22, 6:18 am, Curtain Cider wrote:
About time someone stood up for the important value of insects. All
species should be respected, they all have their place in the world.

February 22, 2008

http://tinyurl.com/yv7mrf
Insects' right to life will be decided in court

Valerie Elliott, Countryside Editor

Many people do not think twice about trampling over a spider or beetle
while walking on grass. But insects have rights, too,


No, they don't, and this case is not remotely about insects'
"rights". It is about the environment.

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