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Which of the following sentences might be a paraphrase of the statement "Little we see in Nature that is ours? A.Nature is not the place to find what we're looking for B. Even the smallest peice of
natural beauty is important C. people no longer feel that they are apart of nature D. Although humans are masters of nature, they do not control nature
"People no longer feel that they are apart of nature." might be a paraphrase of the statement "Little we see in Nature that is ours.
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