R.W.Wolff (
Wed, 3 Nov 1999 22:33:30 -0600

you put it better than I could have. Also, the 10 people "takeing care
of " the endagered fish ( in your hypothesis) would be trying to maintain
the fish in its natural color and size I'm sure. One only has to look to
the A.K.A. to see how dedicated a group can be to keeping strains pure as
humanly possible. I don't like this attitude that we are not part of
nature, and everything we do is a determent to all other living things. WE
are all in this together .


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