Dear friends of dolphins,
During the 2012/2013 hunting season, 1486 dolphins were returned to Baie de la Honte. 899 were brutally put to death or died during the capture process, 247 will spend the rest of their life in the pond (which will cause their premature death since no pond meets the physiological requirements of dolphins), 340 were released but, Let us remember that removing one or more individuals within a socially structured group has very detrimental consequences on the survival of released individuals, in addition to the shock / in addition to the traumatic shock linked to violent capture operations: social disorganization, problems of reproduction etc
- You will find on this link in detail the annual balance sheet of dolphin hunting in Taiji.
Many of us oppose these massacres, many actions have been taken this year and it is important to continue in order to hope that it will finally end one day.
For those who have had the chance to meet Free Dolphins this is intolerable. Their freedom is vital. In addition, dolphins are socially too close to each other, a bit like us humans (although sometimes ...) to be victims of so much cruelty under the gaze of their fellows and / or end up imprisoned in marine parks ...
Honestly, they are worth being better known, you would be surprised and seduced by their habits and behavior, really!
JAPAN CANDIDATE AT THE NEXT JO
Please note that Japan has applied to host the next Olympic Games in 2020.
In order to put pressure, and in exchange for Japan to stop these hunts for good, a campaign was waged to oppose their candidacy.
- You can oppose it by signing this petition:
- Or, go to the many Pacifist demonstrations that will be everywhere in France and in Europe on June 22, 2013. If you are free, do not hesitate to go there.
All together, we are stronger!
Dolphins need our support !!
- If you like dolphins, you will find a lot of information on the link below.
- I can also help you get to know them better, (I'm not talking about seeing them but much more ..) your life will not be the same afterwards.
It's here and with me on this link: www.geraldinepahaut.com
With dolphins, there is a Before and an After ...