I should have just handed this in:
The grizzly bear and Mexican migrant population are both facing increasingly restricted movement due to increased human activity through roads and border patrols. While bears are attracted to roads due to increased food availability, their mortality is primarily through being hit by vehicles. This illuminates an additional lack of access to euthanasia for this population, due to their systemic marginalization. While the Anopheles mosquito exhibits an opposite correlation for human activity, where increased human activity allows for greater access to resources such as blood, there is an interesting parallel with increased death rate, also pointing to an unfulfilled need in their requests for assisted suicide. Though Mexican migrants, grizzly bears, and mosquitoes when analysed together are all affected by human activity and political policy, the factors of mobility and access to euthanasia help tease apart these marginalized groups and their behaviour patterns.
We are always encouraged to draw upon multiple resources for a more cohesive approach to synthesis, right?