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Protecting endangered species or human

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 10/20/2016 Category: Society
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Challenge Declined
Viewed: 332 times Debate No: 96123
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I saw bsh doing this topic, but I know he won't choose me, but I think it's a good topic, so I wanna do it.

Full Resolution: When the two are in conflict, federal governments ought to prioritize protecting endangered species over the local people

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Conflict: strong disagreement between people, groups, etc., that results in often angry argument

Federal Governments: The system of government as defined in the Constitution which is based on the separation of powers among three branches: the executive, the legislative and the judicial. This system provides a series of checks and balances because each branch is able to limit the power of the others [1]. (not merriam webster, link provided for this one.)

Prioritize: to organize (things) so that the most important thing is done or dealt with first

Protect: to keep (someone or something) from being harmed, lost, etc.

Endangered Species: a species threatened with extinction; broadly : anyone or anything whose continued existence is threatened

Local people: people in a particular area, city, or town (this definition is combined of "local" and "people")


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Posted by QuinnCR 1 year ago
I would gladly debate anyone on this issue... as long as I am con.
Posted by UnderRaidedScore 1 year ago
Hmmm it's quite interesting, however I to would be con, I'm up to debate you on this playing pro.
Posted by Dujec 1 year ago
We should definitely start collecting DNA samples... we can always set up a factory one of these days.
Posted by straightup.gong 1 year ago
Dude, there are 7 billion people on the planet. Engandered species kind of need to be saved. We can start putting humans first when there are only a few hundred of them left which I doubt will happen in this lifetime. Such as the Great Barrier Reef that's all over the Internet. A large portion of the reef is dead and it's because of humans. We need to fix what we cause.
Posted by fire_wings 1 year ago
@straightup, I am that people first, then animals
Posted by straightup.gong 1 year ago
So if you're Con, then you believe that humans should be prioritized above endangered species? I'm kind of confused on your stance in the debate.
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