Help Ban Set-Netting in New Zealand
In shallow coastal waters of New Zealand, their is a little dolphin that is desperately crying for help. It is the Maui's Dolphin, a sub species of the Hector's Dolphin. The Hector's Dolphin lives in the South Island, where as Maui's only live in the North. Both dolphins are in desperate need of your help, because they are both on the critically endangered red list. There are only 8000 Hector's Dolphins left, and a staggering 55 Maui's left. Their decline is due to set nets and trawler boats fishing in their waters, because they get stuck in them and they drown. Please sign the petition below to answer to their cries.
(Please note: there is another exsisting petition for this issue)