Why should humans be the only species on the planet that looks after other species?
Chimps may be the most closely-related species to humans, but why do we need to look after them? Come on. I'd like good answers. No other animal has to follow a set of laws that says that they have to protect other species. Humans shouldn't have to be any different. It's not what nature intended, surely.
I don't want any rubbish that says "We are intelligent enough to do so." There is just no reason whatsoever why humans should have to care about other species. No other species on the planet does that. Chimps going extinct does humans no disadvantage as far as I'm aware.
Edited by TheLastLazyGun, 13 March 2013 - 03:30 PM.