I didn’t climb to the top of the food chain to eat lettuce. You eat dry tofu and I’ll eat a juicy steak.
Actually you didn’t climb any food chain. Since you were born, your local grocery store most likely provided food for you that was bred in captivity. You didn’t invent tools and scavenge the remains from animals killed by lions with Homo Erectus two million years ago or make bows and arrows with Native Americans in the New World. Eating animals never required you demonstrate ingenuity, mental acuity, or strength — only a fork, knife, and a stove because unlike carnivorous animals, your teeth and digestive system aren’t designed to chew and eat raw animal flesh.
If you’re alone in the Amazon in Brazil, the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, the Adirondack Mountains in the United States, or the Sahara Desert in Africa, which wild animal can you kill with your bare hands to demonstrate your superiority? The…
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