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Wednesday, 9 October 2013

Scottish seals

In the past few years, the death rate of seals has increased steadily in Scotland's coastal waters. Reports have found that many of these deaths have been caused by ship propellers. After getting trapped between the propellers' blades, seals die slowly from painful, deep gashes to their bodies.
In order to stop these deaths, we need the Scottish government to investigate which industries are responsible for them.

Half of the seals getting killed are harbor seals, one of Scotland's rarest wildlife species. The harbor seals population has already declined by 90%. Unless we act fast to protect these seals, the population will disappear completely.

These killings will continue to go unheard and unaccounted for, unless the public stands up against them. Join us in demanding an end to these seal slaughters before it's too late.

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