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Petitioning Prime Minister of the United Kingdom David Cameron

Please support us in the banning of Shark Tournaments world wide.


 DON'T WANT SHARKS TO BE A HISTORY LESSON THAT YOU TELL YOUR GRANDCHILDREN ABOUT? THEN SHARE THIS PETITION. SHARE SHARE SHARE TO MAKE CAMERON AWARE!!

STOP LOCAL NEWSPAPERS AND MEDIA FROM PROMOTING THESE TOURNAMENTS

 Sharks are harvested for sport, meat and cartilage, liver oil and, especially, for their fins. Many of the animals die when people harvesting other kinds of fish pull in sharks by accident. WE as humans are destroying Mother Earth. We are killing our eco system. What example are such tournaments setting for future generations to come when we are not here?Sharks are valuable in the ocean. Sharks eat injured and diseased fish. Their hunting means that other fish do not become too great in number. This protects other creatures and plants in the ocean. We swim in THEIR habitat. THEIR ocean, rather than kill them let's UNDERSTAND them. Plus...think of all the amazing documentaries by Sir David Attenborough we would have missed out on, had they not been here in the oceans and seas!!

 Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/StopTheOceanCitySharkTournament

Twitter page:

https://twitter.com/Save_theSharks

 

Letter to
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom David Cameron
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Ocean City Shark Tournament.

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Stop the barbaric killing of sharks

Sharks are harvested for sport, meat and cartilage, liver oil and, especially, for their fins. Many of the animals die when people harvesting other kinds of fish pull in sharks by accident. WE as humans are destroying Mother Earth. We are killing our eco system. What example are such tournaments setting for future generations to come when we are not here?Sharks are valuable in the ocean. Sharks eat injured and diseased fish. Their hunting means that other fish do not become too great in number. This protects other creatures and plants in the ocean. We swim in THEIR habitat. THEIR ocean, rather than kill them let's UNDERSTAND them. Plus...think of all the amazing documentaries by Sir David Attenborough we would have missed out on, had they not been here in the oceans and seas!!
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Sincerely,

Robyn Tee