Is it normal I think there should be national parks where people are banned?
I don't believe that people are at all compatible with wild species, especially wild animals.
Where I live I see wild animals, like squirrels, struggling to live a natural life in their NATIVE habitat, which has been taken over by people.
It pisses me off how animals are forced to live among completely unnatural human bullshit, like busy roads, trains, concrete parking lots, those stupid fucking neon orange lights at night time (light pollution), etc. Even grass lawns aren't natural.
Wild species deserve better than this. So that is why I think that there should be large areas of land made into national parks where people are not allowed to go - no paths, no roads, no nothing except native, natural habitats and the wild species that belong there. The only people who could go there would be occasional scientists to take data on the area.
No, I don't know exactly how this idea would be implemented in reality... probably by the government (which I don't support large government, but on this topic I support government intervention).
Disclaimer: Yes, I know I am a person too, and so I am part of the problem, but I still think the parks would be a great idea... so there would be a few truly natural land areas on this planet that wouldn't be invaded and ruined by humanity.
IIN? My question is not about the practicality of this idea, but more about the general principles behind it.