“The probability of life is negligible. So far it only exists in this strange remote corner of the universe.”

“Moreover, the probability of existing is infinitely lower than not existing and each life form responds to an unrepeatable amount of improbabilities adding up over the course of millions of years. Therefore, existence is a great cosmic achievement. ¿Why saving a wildlife species? Only because of that, only because it exists, only to be able to save that great achievement.”

National Museum of Natural History. Madrid.