According to a US study ca. 70 % of the pandemics were transmitted from animals to humans, possibly also the Corona virus. Not all effects have yet been researched, e.g. those on the brain stem and the nervous system. With the destruction of their habitats, animals become closer to humans, with the increasing danger of growing human infects. After the ,Deep-water Horizon’ explosion in 2010, 800 million liters had flown into the sea with terrible effects on marine animals. Terrible fires in South-American rain-forests and in Australia haven’t harmed not only our climate, but millions of animals as well. We cannot ignore that the earth and its inhabitants are exposed to an almost incredibly complicated system of ,give’ and ,take’, birth, growth and dead. Without clean air humanity wheezes to death, without sufficient food we all become more aggressive. We have not only human refugees, but masses of animals, who fight for survival, too. When even a tiny effect can block an engine and air-planes fall out of the clouds, then this is of vital importance in the nature, especially for us humans, because we are its gem, at least still now. The Christian world celebrates Easter, Jesus’ resurrection and our all eternal life. Celebrate with us!