The hobby we mention here is the "stone game".
In fact, stacking stones actually existed since time immemorial, when people were still sparse. The ancients often arranged stones to mark the graves of loved ones lying down, or simply to mark the path at easy-to-reach places. But nowadays, many people in the world travel with the habit of arranging stones in beautiful piles, both romantic and to make their mark in a new location, and most importantly to . Virtual photography.
Only thing, this action turned out to be extremely harmful, if viewed from an environmental perspective.
When you get stacked stones, you unknowingly remove the "roofs" of many other animals.
For those of you who don't know, rock is one of the most important habitats for small animals - from geckos to crabs and insects. But when you stacked stones, you unknowingly removed the "roofs" of many other animals, causing serious damage to their habitats.
Be aware that many animals use rocks to store water, to shelter from natural phenomena, and to escape predators. Think if a gecko was eaten because its home was taken away, how would you feel? Gradually, such actions will cause the animals to be reduced in number, even extinct.
At rivers or streams, each rock there contains an entire ecosystem below.
Many places - such as rivers or streams, each rock there contains an entire ecosystem below, with plants and bacteria living on it. Then people come, pick up rocks and fold them up, accidentally causing the ecosystem to become unbalanced.
Less is okay, but if too much rock is carried away, erosion will be more rapid, then intervene in the stream.
The indiscriminate tourist ranking stone will accidentally confuse those who come later.
Not to mention, there are many places that authorities use this way of ranking rocks as a guide for climbers. The indiscriminate travel of tourists will accidentally confuse latecomers, causing unfortunate consequences.
There is an unwritten rule about nature: Do not do anything to harm it.
Not naturally, tourists like to go to unspoiled places, not yet touched by people. Everyone values what is natural, and so there is an unwritten rule: do nothing to harm it.
But the act of stacking rocks goes against this rule. Although sometimes we just want to save a little impression, but doing so is no different from having someone . graffiti on your wall. Let nature survive its inherent way, not only for a single minute of selfishness but damaging the wild beauty.