SAVE THE ORANGUTANS

Peter Pedler
Anonymous 2 Comments
51 Signatures Goal: 100

This is a petition to save the Orangutans who are rapidly decreasing in numbers. Our aim is to stop major companies such as Nestle and Smiths Companies. After this we are planning on sending it to them in order to stop their excessive use of palm oil. We were inspired after going to the Adelaide Zoo and seeing the orangutans and learning about their situation.

Thankyou for your time,

Your sincerely,

Immanuel College Year 7 GATE Students


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  • Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Nov 16, 2015
    Nov 16, 2015
    "We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals.” ― Immanuel Kant
  • Bassam Imam
    Bassam Imam Canada, Montr
    Jul 02, 2015
    Jul 02, 2015
    Orangutans are created by GOD, and have been granted the inalienable rights to live happily and freely in their respective habitats, to be part of the ecosystem, and to be fully protected and free from human induced abuse, brutality, torture, abduction, mass destruction of their habitats, and any other form of putrid injustice.
    Orangutans should be treated with mercy and compassion, their habitats respected, and should never be kidnapped and taken as pets or forced to perform humiliating and unnatural acts.
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    Daniela Bress Germany
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    Romola Newport New Zealand
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    Petra Ohl Austria
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    Terry United Kingdom
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    Peter Fischer Germany
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    Jeanne Beaufils France
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    Pablo Bobe Argentina
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    SARA BOSTIC Canada
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    Helga S. Germany
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    Bassam Imam Canada
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    Suraj Patel
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    Bente Lillaas
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    Sheila Dillon United States
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    Mike Dellapenna United States
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    Axa Tolonen Finland
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