March 29, 2012
Stop Polluting My Habitat
Usually my life as a mosquito fish is normal. The air was fresh and plants were blooming.
After some months though, the air would smell funny and the plants would were drooping. I
would wonder what was happening. One day, I found some interesting things at the bottom of
the lake. There were cans of who knows what. While I was looking, I got stuck in some plastic. I
immediately found the solution to this: Humans. Dumping things into the lake. I’m going to
show them something.
The next day, I grabbed the plastic and swam to the top of the lake. I had a plan. I acted
dead and immediately humans started talking. “Dude, look at that fish. It is practically dead.
Look at the trash. The fish might be dying from pollution. Let’s get a crowd to clean up the trash
in the lake.” The plan worked again when I started to choke from smoke. People stopped using
fossil fuels and used windmills and solar panels. To my mosquito fish friends, I was the Justin
Bieber of the enviorment.