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If Martinha is Alive & Well?? PLEASE SHOW US!

Martinha's Rescue coalition

Apr 29, 2019 — 

Martinha's Rescue Coalition Needs Your Help! 

ASK ICNF FOR A CURRENT PHOTO OF MARTINHA IN HER LARGE TANK!

incf@icnf.pt

We have repeatedly approached the Institute of Conservation of Nature and Forests (ICNF) requesting further details about Martinha the common dolphin at CRAM-ECOMARE in Portugal. 

To date, the only feedback we have received from ICNF, the Government authority responsible for her well-being, is that Martinha ‘is alive and well’.

If so…

Why do they continue to deny us access to her?

Why won't they provide a current image of her in her larger tank?

Please help the #WhereIsMartinha campaign - assist in our c ontinued fight for information by contacting ICNF and request that they provide our coalition with a photograph of Martinha in her large tank.

PLEASE CONTACT ICNF : incf@icnf.pt

Here’s a sample letter you can use:

Dear Sir/Madam,

I am aware that ICNF is responsible for the welfare of Martinha, the rescued female common dolphin and that your office has stated to the Martinha Rescue Coalition that she is alive and well and now placed in a larger tank, compared to previously. However, despite numerous requests, no photos of Martinha have been provided to the coalition to show the dolphin in her current enclosure at the CRAM-ECOMARE centre in Aveiro.

I therefore request that ICNF provide Martinha’s Rescue Coalition a current photograph of Martinha in her larger tank to confirm she is still alive.

Thank you

Name/Country

 


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