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Too Many Camels: Australia Considers Helicopter Sharpshooters and Camel Burgers to Control Population Explosion


Animals  (tags: camesl, poopulations, outback, australia, goverment, planned massacre, cruelty )

Simone
- 3574 days ago - ecoworldly.com
Controversial proposals by the Australian government would mean shooting more than 650,000 camels from helicopters - and even making camel burgers. Camels have become a problem in Australia's remote Outback. There are now about a million camels, and



   

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Gudrun D (447)
Monday August 10, 2009, 12:47 pm
Is the CEO related to Sarah Palin?
 

Past Member (0)
Monday August 10, 2009, 4:39 pm
Ok, so how about donating land and creating a sanctuary for these critters? My first thought was relocation but looks like that was shot down in a heartbeat. I don't understand how people can seriously discuss the best way to exterminate animals. It's as if they can't solve problems any other way. No creativity... just all about $$$.
 

Jelica R (144)
Wednesday December 9, 2009, 11:40 pm
Dear Supporter,

It is with our deepest regret to inform you that the Northern Territory Government has ignored thousands of people from around the world and has started culling camels by means of aerial shooting not far from the Township of Docker River, NT. Details about the cull are very sketchy and seem to be covered by a veil of secrecy.

I realise you may have already signed our online action against the cull and we truly appreciate your support. We feel it is of the upmost importance that we continue our online email campaign to express our disappointment at this highly inhumane act. Please visit
http://www.actnowforanimals.com/saveourcamels.aspx
to voice your disappointment.

We thank you sincerely for your ongoing commitment and support in helping the camels.

Kind Regards,

Michael and Lisa
michaels@actnowforanimals.com
lisa@actnowforanimals.com
 
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