The Level to Reclassify the Mozu
Reported by Farris Sanderson.
Mozu is a delicate creature that has been living in the bay of San Francisco for over fifty years.
The level to reclassify the Mozu is one level above snake,
because it is a non-venomous aquatic animal which does not have any physical defense mechanism.
This means that it cannot bite or scratch you while taking its life away from you either,
but if you step on it, they will make a noise and generally be annoyed with your presence.
The reclassification will benefit the Mozu because more of the species will survive in the bay,
less human contact with them, more of a chance for them to breed being out of the public eye,
more of a chance for them to live in peace while being away from humankind.
The Bay Area has many animals that are able to survive without humans around.
The Red Foxes are able to eat some fruits, while some animals like raccoons are able to eat trash left out on people’s lawns.
In this case, the Mozu is more of a nuisance than anything else.
They are mainly found in the city of San Francisco and there are some places
they can be found in numbers, but nothing major can be stated as a problem regarding them.
Although it is a non-venomous animal,
I feel that making this change to the level of reclassifying the Mozu will benefit many people that have an interest in this animal.
I think people should have more knowledge on what they are before being allowed to live freely without us forcing our way on them.
A lot of people feel that this is a silly way to spend some money;
however, I feel that the amount of money that it would take to reclassify the Mozu is not that big.
Also, like I stated before, it will benefit the Mozos either way.
If they are not reclassified then they will continue to be harassed by people on a regular basis;
there has been many cases where people have gotten bit or attacked by them.
Also if more money was not put into making this change for the Mozu, there wouldn’t be any money at all for these animals.
They would still be harassed, more of them would die, and the public would still love the animal for what it does.
In conclusion, there are many ways that this reclassification will benefit the Mozu that live in the bay area of San Francisco.
One major change is that there will be more Mozos left at the end of the day.
Furthermore, there is a risk for people to get bit or attacked by a Mozu if they are not put on a higher level on the non-venomous list.
I feel that both sides of the argument should look at the situation in a different way.
This is because in order for something like this to happen in today’s world,
there needs to be a lot of research and information put in to make it successful.
At this point we will move on to the next activity:
The Mozos’ Riddle
You will be able to complete this activity if you read and followed all of the directions carefully.
What is the best way to find Mozos?
I’m not exactly sure how to describe the proper way of finding Mozos,
but I will share my methods in case you do not know where to start.
Finding Mozos can be quite tricky because they hide in the tall grass in the bay region of San Francisco.
Normally when people are out there at dusk or dawn, they do not notice any Mozu around,
but when you are out there at night looking for wildlife, you will probably see them stumbling around.
The best way to find Mozos is to have a strong flashlight with you.
After you have done that, look for a small pond or a puddle that is surrounded by tall grasses.
Once you have found a good spot, take a walk around the area and be on the lookout for those nocturnal creatures.
Now let us suppose there is a little boy named Jethro outside in his back yard looking for animals.
He has seen bears before, so he knows what they look like and how they behave as well as other animals as well.
The only thing he does not know is how to describe exactly what an animal looks like if it were an animal that he had never seen before.
He is out there in his yard when he sees a small ball of light wander around.
Right when he saw the animal, it was about the size of a glowworm.
It looked like it was in trouble, so he ran into his house to grab his strong flashlight in order to find out what that thing in the yard is.