Thursday, 19 June 2014

Save the Maui Dolphins

Save the Dolphins from Matariki on Vimeo.

Save the Dolphins from Matariki on Vimeo.


Last week the world's leading marine scientists at the IWC Scientific Committee told the NZ Government that Maui's dolphins need to be protected across their range to save them from extinction.

Now its your turn to join them.
Save The Last 55
We know our campaign is starting to make an impact where it counts - with our political leaders. We've already had thousands of people sign the last 55 petition, but we need more of you to come onboard to show them this is something you care about.
Thanks for signing on.


Mike @ WWF-New Zealand

P.S If you've already signed the petition - thanks! make sure you share it with your friends. 
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1 comment:

  1. It is so sad that the Maui dolphins are dieing. That is so sad and that there is only 55 left. I really wish that there was some way that we could save them. But lets just hope that nobody imprison's them in a swimming hole or something like that because then they would not be free to do what they want. The way people could help is to protest and/or move them to a location were they would be safe from all of the humans that are after them.
    From Te Ora.