One of my philosopies is conservation and preservation of rare habitat to protect vanishing lives.The forests, seas and deserts hold wealth that mankind needs. But does that wealth overshadow the needs of the lives within that habitat? Not only human, but wildlife as well. This is what should measure our activity within any area of questionable expansion or growth. Is the wealth to be obtained worth the loss of this habitat? Habitat is not a block of land, measured by boundaries on a piece of paper, but a collection of living beings.