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I am closer to nature and wildlife more than humans or anything else. I would travel the world to search for, study and save wildlife if I could but I am trapped. I was kept from doing what I was meant to and never got to escape this miserable town. I created my nature website called Caveman's Nature Site http://wildcaveman.weebly.com/ in order to help with supporting the wildlife through education and interest. I have also been trying to contact high profile people in order to get help with creating a new organization for the planet and wildlife. I have not been able to reach anyone. If someone reading this can help me with contact then please send a message through here or use the contact form on my website.

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