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"Picture This!" - Beluga Petition
Stand Up Against Cetaceans In Captivity!
We have until October 29, 2012 to submit testimony against the importation and captivity of beluga whales. Help us reach our goal of 500 signatures by October 29th! Follow these three simple steps to join Pacific Whale Foundation's "Picture This!" visual campaign, and speak up for the freedom of whales and dolphins!
1. Get Informed: Read background information on the recent application, on behalf of the Georgia Aquarium, to import 18 beluga whales from Russia to be exhibited for public display.
2. Smile! Click to print out one of the below photos, or choose a whale or dolphin photo of your own. To save paper, pull the image up on your computer screen! Then snap a quick picture of yourself with your whale or dolphin photo. (Try to submit individual photos, as each photo counts as one "signature".)
4. Spread the word: Tell your friends and family to stand up for the belugas by sending them to this site and having them upload their own photo!
Total signatures: 37
See who has already joined!
Read the petition!