Epilogue

The ancient Earth no longer exists, but the planet is healing itself. Humans, animals and plants co-exist. Humbled by their past and thankful for their present, humans respect those that dwell around them. The ancient belief that they were superior to plants and animals no longer existed in their hearts and minds.

This is the age when  two-thirds of the planet is a vast desert, but a massive forest is slowly expanding. It provides more room for growth and is nourished by occasional rain. Seasons, which were a part of ancient Earth, occur again. There are storms and snow, but nothing like the tumultuous weather of the previous age.

This is the age when humans respect all life equally, when armored snakes find their new homes amongst other creatures of the planet, when plants settle down and peacefully live their short lives.

This is the age of The New World.

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