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Resolution At Vote
Security Council Resolution At Vote
A resolution to express a position on international affairs and obligations.
Proposed by: Bears Armed Mission
The World Assembly,
Aware that species of animals can differ considerably from each other in terms of their members' average and maximum sizes,
Also aware that the size of an animal can affect how easy it is for people to cope with that animal's presence,
And believing that some nations' governments might benefit from possessing knowledge about certain species' average and maximum adult sizes in order to develop plans for coping with those species before any members of those species enter those nations' territories;
1. Reminds this organization's member-nations that although there were two unsuccessful attempts at passing Hippopotamus-related legislation in the early days of its historic precursor there is currently a total lack of extant WA legislation about Hippopotamuses (hereinafter referred to as "Hippos");
2. Affirms that no true Hippo is a "pygmy";
3. Notes that Hippos can become aggressive towards people, as well as towards other animals, without any warning;
4. Informs all of this organization's member nations that, with known maximum lengths in excess of 16 ½ feet and maximum weights [in the wild] in excess of 4'400 pounds, Hippos are really very large.
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