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Stop Ritual Killings of Endangered Dolphins

41 Signatures Goal: 100


Denmark is  involved in a shameful  practice.

The  sea is stained in red and currently it's not  because of the climate effects of  nature. 




It's  because of the cruelty that the human beings  (civilised human) kill hundreds of the famous  and intelligentCalderon  dolphins.
 



This  happens every year in Feroe Island in   Denmark .  In this slaughter the main  participants are young  teens. 

WHY? 

A  celebration,  to show that they are adults  and mature!



In  this big celebration, nothing is missing for the  fun. Everyone is participating in one way or the  other, killing or looking at the cruelty  “supporting like a  spectator”


Is  it necessary to mention that the dolphin  calderon, like all the other species of  dolphins, it’s near extinction and they get near  men to play and interact.  In a way of PURE  friendship  





They  don’t die instantly; they are cut 1, 2 or 3  times with thick hooks. And at that time the  dolphins produce a grim cry like that of a new  born child.
 


But  he suffers and there’s no compassion while this  magnificent creature slowly dies in its own  blood



Its  enough! 

We  will send this mail until this email arrives in  any association defending the animals, we won’t  only read. That would make us accomplices,  viewers. 



Take  care of the world, it is your  home!

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    carol daley United States
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    laura abascal United States
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    Megan Cronin United States
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    Lori Thompson United States
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    Trent Murgatroyd South Africa
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    Peter Fielder Sweden
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    Michael Porter United States
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    Marla Lombard United States
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