Nature Force

Synopsis: Three talking animals who possess all the depth and complexities of human emotions, intelligence and wisdom, a walrus, the leader of all sea animals, a giraffe, the leader of all land animals, and an eagle, the leader of all air animals, lead different species of animals to band together to wage guerilla war against humans from air, land and sea, to stop climate change, which poses a threat to their survival. An attractive female veterinarian (age 35-45) who is the foremost expert on animal intelligence and psychology, is chosen by the animal leaders to be their spokesperson, intermediary and advocate. She, along with a climate change expert who was her professor and love interest, and a female US senator who was her former classmate and friend, must attempt to cause the climate-denying US president to rejoin the Paris Climate Agreement in order to stop the hostilities by both sides and achieve peace. Will they succeed?
Original Story by: Kerry Blackman



DEAD ANIMALS. Saiga antelope, sprawled as far as the horizon upon a sea of green.


-- May 2015, over 120,000 saiga antelope were found in central Kazakhstan, the cause of death a --


Black specks dot a sun-scorched earth. DEAD BIRDS.


-- in the middle of migration across the southwest United States in late 2020. Hummingbirds, geese, sparrows, and swallows were all reported among those found dead --


A beautiful vista. For a moment, we’re looking at a couple of SILHOUETTES walking on white sand.

Wait, no. Not white sand. It’s fish. DEAD FISH. Thousands of them.

And those silhouettes are TWO VERY CONCERNED LOCALS.


-- with at least 40 tons of dead fish washing ashore in Lebanon in early 2021. Scientists say, such extreme weather conditions will become more frequent and intense as climate change, driven by humans burning fossil fuels, wreaks havoc on our animal and human populations.

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