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When Lunch Is Over, These Lunchroom Staffers Can’t Wait To Get Their Mitts On What Kids Didn't Eat

It’s estimated that we throw out 40% of our food in the States. Yipes, and with all the people who don’t have enough? Schools like these in Indiana are starting to do something so much better with food they’ve been dumping.

When Lunch Is Over, These Lunchroom Staffers Can’t Wait To Get Their Mitts On What Kids Didn't Eat
via Yosemite National Park / Facebook

A gut-wrenching story shared by a Yosemite park ranger shows why it's so important for people to be mindful of surrounding wildlife.

Yosemite is a 750,000-acre national park that occupies four separate counties in northern California.

Last week, the national park shared the first-hand account of a park ranger who took care of the body of a dead bear cub that was struck by a car. Sadly, the ranger says that it happens far too often in Yosemite. "I try to remember how many times I've done this now and, truthfully, I don't know. This is not what any of us signs up for, but it's a part of the job nonetheless," the ranger wrote.

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