FC: Steve's great travels | By: Austin Payne
1: Steve's great travels | By: Austin Payne
2: one afternoon Steve was walking on one of his afternoon strolls when he came to an unfamiliar patch of woods. He did not know his absolute or his relative location.
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4: As he started looking around he saw that the physical place around him was surrounded by tall oak trees and a creek but he had no idea were he was in the woods.
6: As Steve walked to a huge maple tree he saw some other squirrels. He did not know that there was a human place in the woods he was in. But as walked to them they ran away afraid of the outsider.
8: Steve, now totally lost came to a huge logging site. The effects of humans on the woods was devastating. They were cutting down all the trees and leaving many other squirrels homeless. Seeing this made Steve almost cry.
11: As Steve looked around he saw that there was no longer any loggers in the area. A huge flood had force the loggers to leave. Then a young chipmunk named Eddie came up to Steve who was looking at the damage. He said that this is known as human-environment interaction.
12: Eddie went on to explain that there has been a movement of humans into the woods nearby and was clearing land to build there houses. Even though Steve was lost he wanted to know more about this new region.
14: Eddie explained everything to Steve that he wanted to know about the animals and ways of life in this part of the woods. | Then Eddie told Steve the best way to get to his part of the woods.
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