The Tuscan countryside brims with thousands of trees. Florentines may know the difference between cypresses and redwoods, but what about cedars, firs, maples, birches, oaks and their varieties? Then the common Tuscan creatures: Corsican hares, red foxes, barnacle geese and kingfishers. As unknown fauna mounts, so does fear of the unfamiliar. If scientists haven’t discovered species, processes and environmental interplays, how can laypeople feel comfortable? To counter fear, we build walls, harvest resources and exile the environment. We kick out chaos and build walls around seemingly orderly cities. But Helidon Xhixha thinks we have it wrong.