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Protest to STOP DOLPHIN SLAUGHTER

PROTEST

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warriorforanimals warriorforanimals NSW Posts: 25
1 26 Aug 2015
protest the slaughter of dolphins in the infamous cove in Taiji,Japan.
Captivity Kills, make sure to have on your sign "Don't go to seaworld'  or "japan stop killing dolphins"

please come along!
DATES AND TIMES BELOW FOR AUSTRALIA.

Japan Dolphins Day 2015 - Sydney
Pitt Street Mall
August 30, 2015 • 11:00 AM
Cnr Pitt Street & Market Street
Sydney, Australia 2000

Japan Dolphin Day - Melbourne
Bourke Street Mall
August 30, 2015 • 11:00 AM
Bourke Street Mall
Melbourne, Australia 3000

Japan Dolphins Day 2015 Gold Coast Australia
Gold Coast
September 01, 2015 • 11:00 AM
Gold Coast
Gold Coast, Australia 4208
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robert99 robert99 Sweden Posts: 1360
2 26 Aug 2015
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Marine-Connection/165471010204959?sk=timeline


Good news - Poland say no to new dolphinarium

Maciej H Grabowski, the Minister of the Environment of the Republic of Poland has announced that plans for the construction of a dolphinarium, planned to be situated in Mszczonów on the outskirts of Warsaw, will not be authorised. With the decision not to allow this particular facility to proceed, Marine Connection is now requesting the Minister makes an official announcement with respect to how future applications for the establishment of this type of facility will be handled, should these be forthcoming.

Margaux Dodds comments, “We are truly delighted that the Minister has obviously taken time and effort to carefully consider the comments and concerns put forward and, having done so, decided he has no wish for Poland to be linked with the suffering of cetaceans by allowing a commercial venture like this, and we applaud their stance on this vitally important issue. The Minister is a keen supporter of seeing these animals in their natural habitat, promoting their conservation in the wild, rather than keeping them in captivity for profit. This is a truly enlightened and forward-thinking step on behalf of Poland, one of which the country should be proud and we hope that this stance is retained for any future applications should they be received.”

http://tinyurl.com/p3q86qj
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