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Despite protestations of Accountantbrate, we press forward with our wasteful spite-induced industrial desolation.
Trees are no match for the might of the Swarm! See as their deciduous resistance is crushed beneath the claws of the mighty Zerg!
The animals attempt to retaliate or defend themselves, and even manage to claw out the eyes of one ultralisk before support tranqs all the creatures involved. It is worthless effort, though. Even if we stopped destroying the forest now, and stopped producing spores to infect the forest's inhabitants, the damage we have done to this small and fragile ecosystem is irreparable. Its survival was uncertain already, faced merely with the continued ramifications of the Xel'Naga's aborted attempt to destroy the planet.
Now, there is no hope. We have finished what the Xel'Naga began, in the southern hemisphere. Next week, we may decide to finish it in the north, as well.
(That was fun. You definitely took the /tg/ option on that monkey problem. I didn't really expect you to listen to Gorn, of all...blob...people...monsters)