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MIGRATING HUMAN WHALE STORY- SCHOOLCHILDREN SEND SOS TO IWC


Environment  (tags: whales )

Christine
- 3018 days ago - weblog.greenpeace.org
Over a thosand school children in locations from Mexico to Alaska form the outline of a whales to send a living SOS message to delegates at the IWC to save the whales.



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Maria P. (39)
Thursday May 24, 2007, 3:35 am
this is wonderful that the kids are doing this gets them involved with wildlife
I feel so bad for the Whales
 

Maureen S. (122)
Thursday May 24, 2007, 1:08 pm
This is a great story!!! The power of coalition and the greatness of educating our youth about the ills of today so they can make changes now and in the future. It's obvious these kids want whales to be around for a long, long time . . . as demonstrated by this S.O.S. Awesome!!! Thanks Chistine for posting the story!
 

Michael Angel (58)
Sunday May 27, 2007, 2:30 pm
A discussion forum and news on whales here
http://forums.hypography.com/earth-science/9243-killing-whales-why.html
(first page)
http://forums.hypography.com/earth-science/9243-killing-whales-why-10.html#post175918
(last page)
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