The Pros And Cons Of Crossing The Border

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Thousand of Mexicans have died trying to cross the border of the United States. For year, many Mexicans have dreamed of crossing the border to have a better life. Many have not made it all the way and have perished in the effort of archiving the American dream. Borders connecting the USA and Mexico should be open to all Mexicans to decrease or even stop the deaths of Mexicans crossing the border. Opening the borders would decrease the number of deaths of Mexicans. Mexicans would cross through the borders instead of the desert. Immigrants would be able to cross safely and with any danger of the desert. The USA would have a better view on how many Mexicans there are in the country. Border patrols would not have to worry about illegal immigrants that cross the borders through the desert. This would also help…show more content…
The weather in the US-Mexico border can reach temperatures of 117°F or 45° Celsius. The high temperatures can lead to dehydration and even death. Both the border patrols and immigrant have to face the temperatures of the desert. The desert is not only extremely hot it’s also extremely cold in the night reaching temperatures of 35 to 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Hyperthermia is also a risk that immigrants face. Immigrants wouldn’t have to worry about dangerous animals such as the diamondback rattlesnake, black widow spider, brown recluse spider, scorpions, coral snakes, Gila monsters, and the Giant Arizona Centipede. This animal’s venom goes from deathly to very painful and all are dangerous. Both immigrants and border patrols have to be aware of them when they go to the desert. Other animals that are dangerous are bobcats, mountain lions, coyotes, and javelins are animals which can cause serious damage to a person. Cactus and choyas are some plants that can damage the human skin and can cause an infection on the person. Choyas are all over the desert and its thorns are painful it stung by

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