Stop the Extinction of Hector's & Maui's Dolphins

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marc pavlovich
9 years ago
less than eighty of these maui dolphins left and this government is failing to act!!!there true colours...true colours

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ANNE MARIE EADES
9 years ago
ONCE AGAIN---MANS TRASH IS KILLING OUR OCEAN SPECIES. CLEAN UP AFTER YOURSELVES--GET THESE NETS OUT OF OUR SEAS AND OCEANS--OH YEAH--AND BY THE WAY--WHY DONT WE JUST GET OUT ALL OF MANS POLLUTION OUT OF OUR SEAS AND OCEANS. INSTEAD OF SPENDING TRILLIONS ON THE WAR MACHINE--WHY DONT WE SPEND IT ON CLEANING UP THE EARTH AND OCEANS.

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liza goodall
9 years ago
preservation of our natural gifts is more valuable than immediate profit.

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Kathleen Carman
9 years ago
Because I live in NZ and would hate to see them extinct, they are a part of our country.

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Meilyn Segura
9 years ago
Because they are with life...

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Elysa Curtis
9 years ago
This is important. We are stewards over this earth, and we must protect our environment, and the animals in it. This is a gorgeous dolphin, and it's only chance for survival, is if we take a stand for it. I refuse to sit idly by while they are being threatened. YOU have the power to change how things are: use it for good. Protect the Hector's and Maui's dolphin.

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Cynthia Ides-meyer
9 years ago
Because it it way past time that we humans learn to respect the rest of the living beings on this planet. We do not or should not have the right to cause this creature to become extinct.

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Marienne Te Haara
9 years ago
they're my favorite animal and to know that they're growing less in numbers totally sucks!!!

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Gina McBride
9 years ago
Dolphins and whales are some of the species that evolved about the same time that modern man did, and yet, they have not singlehandedly endangered us that way that we have them. It is a no brainer, we should do all that we can to help these creatures. It is not only a tragedy but part of the cycle of marine life that is essential in it's region.

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cec Stevenson
9 years ago
We need to preserve all life on this planet. We are only one part of a huge and complex machine and we are breaking bits off as we go along. eventually the whole machine will break.