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"The Cove" is an Academy Award winning documentary and a call to action to halt mass dolphin kills, change Japanese fishing practices, and to inform and educate the public about the risks, and increasing hazard, of mercury poisoning from dolphin meat. Please consider watching this documentary. The Cove [documentary] Facebook page can be found here:

"Envoy: Shark Cull" is a feature-length documentary which has provided scientific proof of the ineffective methods (drumlines and shark nets) used by the Queensland and New South Wales Governments to "protect the beaches". The drumlines and shark nets actually pose a threat to sharks, a multitude of other marine life, and the swimmers and surfers they are intended to protect. Watch here:
You can learn more about this here:

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Read more about the EU Citizens initiative to Stop Shark Finning here:

Shark fishing tournaments devalue ocean wildlife and harm marine conservation efforts.

FedEx continues to ship shark fins despite years of campaigning. Dr Syliva Earle has boycotted FedEx since 2016 for this reason. You can read her letter here:

More information regarding the campaign to get FedEx to discontinue shipping shark fins

Information regarding the Taiji dolphin hunts that happen every year (resulting in slaughter or captivity for the dolphins that are captured)

Additional information through 'Women of the World United Against Taiji':

"No blue - no green." Mission Blue information and link to Dr Sylvia Earle's speech regarding our Oceans:

Sharks are vital to the health of our Oceans. More information from SHARKWATER (founded by Rob Stewart):

"Kyra" is a dolphin living in captivity due to the drumline she was caught on as a baby [Gold Coast; Australia]. "Envoy: Shark Cull" is an in-depth look at the ineffective and outdated use of drumlines and shark nets - documentary info can be found above.  Video of this horrific event shows Kyra's mother pushing her hooked baby to the surface of the water to breathe. Gold Coast Sea World is where Kyra remains without her mother and no plan of release (6+ years captive thus far).

Article and video of Kyra and her mother at the drumline:

Gold Coast Sea World database:

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