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Shark Week 2013 - Snuffy the Seal | Sunday Aug 4 9|8c - Save Snuffy from Discovery's Shark Week Ad

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Published on Sep 1, 2012

Shark Week 2013 - Snuffy the Seal | Sunday Aug 4 9|8c - Discovery Channel's 2013 Shark Week Ad tosses a seal into the sea and says, "It's a bad week to be a seal." OMG! Save Snuffy Seal from Discovery Channel's 2013 Shark Week ad! Discovery Channel's 2013 Shark Week commercial is making waves. Stirring controversy, Discovery Channel's Shark Week ad 2013 tosses poor Snuffy the Seal into the sea, where poor Snuffy Seal will be eaten alive by wild, hungry sharks. Discovery Channel's Shark Week ad's response? "It's a bad week to be a seal." Oh No! Save Snuffy Seal from Discovery Channel's Shark Week ad. Wait, is the Discovery Channel's Shark Week ad that says "It's a bad week to be a seal" real? Thank goodness the Discovery Channel's new ad for Shark Week is just a fake news report about Snuffy Seal being released into the ocean. Unlike Discovery Channel's Shark Week new commercial that jokes "It's a bad week for seals" the real life struggles of ocean life, including seals, dolphins and sharks is no laughing matter.
Pink Dolphins are Threatened in China, where they are at serious risk of being wiped out unless China takes action to protect them against pollution. The population was cut by half between 2003 and 2011, from 158 to 78. Please urge China officials to stop polluting the ocean and let the pink dolphins live.
Human encroachment and pollution also killed a dolphin baby, whose dolphin mama carried the dead dolphin calf on her back for days, proving how much dolphins care for their loved ones. This poor grieving mother dolphin takes us, without words, to a place where as you see that "humans and dolphins are not so different." The pair were surrounded by other dolphins, almost as if they were being protected, during this profoundly sad time. Scientists estimate that 308,000 dolphins and whales die every year worldwide because of fishing gear entanglement and more die because some humans illegally target dolphins. Authorities are investigating several attacks on dolphins in the northern Gulf of Mexico after some dolphins were found with gunshot wounds, cuts and missing jaws. Attacks on dolphins carry fines and jail sentences.
Sadly, the ocean is becoming more dangerous for all wild marine life.
Scientists are rushing to save Manta Rays, the pandas of the ocean, which are threatented and subject to extinction. Manta Rays are vulnerable on two fronts: as bycatch — getting caught in industrial fishing nets targeting different types of tuna — and, increasingly, because dolphins are use for Traditional Chinese Medicine, which is NOT based in fact.
And sharks are now targets of some humans in Western Australia, where officials plan to kill Great White Sharks on sight, which is sparking major opposition worldwide. Please sign the petition to stop a plan in Western Australia to Kill Sharks on Sight: http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/st...
Contact Western Australia Premier Colin Barnett and tell him you agree with The Conservation Council of Western Australia, which called this shark killing plan a "guilty until proven innocent" approach. And a University of Florida's International Shark Attack File official called Australia's shark killing plan the most reactionary and archaic response and contrary to modern scientific thinking as there is no evidence that sharks have become more aggressive toward humans. In fact, a shark saved a man's life after the man was adrift in the Pacific Ocean for 15 weeks. But humans couldn't save the Great White Shark that washed ashore in New England, or the dead fish that washed up on Lake Erie.
Human encroachment into their wild waters threatens marine life worldwide. Penguins, pelican, seal, hippo, alligator and other marine wild animals beg you to preserve their wild water homes, including oceans, rivers and lakes. They hope you will coexist peacefully and keep their water world homes clean, so they can live wild and free for eternity. Help Born Free Society save marine life, including Australian sharks, at http://bornfreesociety.webs.com/

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