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Theres an undeniable truth thats been facing our country for years, decades even, but we are too afraid to face up and admit it: our National Parks are all unbearably dull. As anyone subjected to a school trip can attest to, there is nothing more uninteresting than the untamed wilderness presented by the 13 National Parks of England and Wales. These areas of natural beauty are so dull that visitors literally walk without purpose across the desolate areas in the vain hope of finding something interesting. Some have even resorted to creating bizarre games like geocaching to keep from flinging themselves onto the nearest rock formation.

There is a solution to this problem though, one that continues to uphold the conservation and preservation aims of the National Park initiative. Big cats.

It is a well known fact that big cats, such as tigers, jaguars and lions, are incredibly awesome. But many are dying out, under pressure from poachers and hunters as well as from environmental issues. We in England and Wales are in a prime position to present these poor creatures an alternative habitat in which they can thrive. The vacuous, rolling landscapes of our National Parks are just begging to be freely inhabited by the planets most endangered big cats.

There is literally no downside to this scheme. For the cats, they would enjoy free reign of the parks, with large flocks of sheep and herds of cattle (purchased from the nations failing farmers) being installed prior to the cats installation as a natural, self-replenishing food source. As a first world country with strict gun control laws, we present a safe haven from poachers for the animals. The initial stock of cats can be acquired from zoos, safari parks and the innumerable private owners across the world (especially the US for the latter).

For the tourists, the big cats present an undeniable attraction. Their previously mundane and gruelling hikes can be livened up the prospect of seeing, and perhaps even having to escape from, real wild predators. Children adore big cats, so the aforementioned prospects will greatly enhance the appeal of the National Park experience to the youth of our nation. On top of this, given time, the cats may develop into truly distinct breeds and sub-species exclusively native to England and Wales. This would be of a massive benefit to the ego of the country. Now finally the three lions on the England national football logo would represent something about England.

Although I feel all National Parks would benefit from this initiative, I propose that Dartmoor be used a pilot programme. Its truly bleak and desolate landscape would be the perfect new habitat for the dwindling number of Siberian tigers, who evolved in such depressing areas. The big cats would also act as a fine extra deterrent for any inmates thinking of escaping from Dartmoor Prison. If successful, the initiative could spread across the countrys other National Parks with other species. Jaguars for the New Forest and pumas in the Lake District as rough examples.

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Priscilla StokesBy:
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