“Sir, we represent the Goliath Beetles of the Kakamega Forest in Kenya. May I presentto you The Cardinal Beetle of Europe and the Scarab from my homeland, Kenya. We teamed upfor our survey. Our report states that the earth is slowly shifting due to nuclear testing.”“Sir, I represent the Army Ants from the Peruvian rain forest. Our species is dying off due to the cutting down of thousands of trees. It is difficult for our species to breath. It startedwith our children and spread rapidly through the forest.”“Sir, I represent the Emperor Moths of Greece. Our nights are getting shorter and it ishard for us to find food.”“Sir, I represent the Worker Honey Bees and all of our species. For some reasonunbeknown to us, we are a vanishing species. We have not found the reason, but we are stillworking on it.”Showing her long thin plumage down her back and her dagger-like black bill sheaddressed the Speaker of the House. “Sir, I represent the Snowy Egret who winters inCalifornia. We ask permission to leave winter habitat in California. The smog is choking us andwe fear asthma and respiratory problems like the human species.”The Laughing Gull Crow, with its piercing call stood before the Speaker. “Sir, Irepresent the east coast and we breed near the Atlantic coast and winter in North Carolina. Dueto the massive lack of sand and the noise of the construction that goes on all around us will causeus, we ask permission to vacate.”The Martial Eagle rose to her feet. “Sir, I represent the Martial Eagle who feeds on smallgame. The human hunters brought their guns and killed off our supply of food. We, too, ask permission to vacate our homeland.