jo tulevi tuonen hauki

There is a planet orbiting a star in a galaxy.
The distance of this planet from the star makes it possible for it to sustain organic life.
The planet is inhabited by creatures, of which some of them use language.
The planet is at this moment entering its’ sixth wave of mass extinction.

This extinction is caused primarily by a certain language-using species that call the planet “home”.
Of the other inhabitants of the planet that face immediate danger of disappearing entirely include
larger sized water creatures that many other creatures, including those using language, use as a
food source.

A certain species of these water creatures is called by a relatively small
group of the language-using inhabitants
“hauki”.

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