A wild bass was swimming along one day and saw a light bulb. Unfortunately for this little guy, he mistook it for food.
Hey, whats that? It looks like something to eat!
Hey look, a fish. This is my lunch! YUM!
Although, the alligator didn't know that the fish ate a light bulb, and got sick and died.
Where did all the darn fish go?!
Eventually the alligator died because he ate the dead fish and this cycle ran on over and over again. Until, there was very little fish left.
There not listening to me!
1. Hello and good evening everyone thank you for joining us on this fine evening in Miami, where we have marine biologist Johnny Manziel to tell us about the problem in our oceans. Johnny, take it away!
2.. Correct, alligators basically live off of this fish, so now they are endangered. We need to stop droping nets in bass waters!
1. Thank you Bart. Now folks, recent studies show that wild bass are rapidly decreasing. This is because of pollution of waste and plastic garbage.
1. Now, this is affecting other animals too right?
2. They're not listening to me!
1. But they are.....
2.Unfoutunately that's all the time we have tonight, thank you for joining us for MNC Nightley news I will see you all tomorrow.
1. Although, goverment observations say that alligators are not endangered.