The Australian
government is reportedly gunning
down unwanted feral camels
from helicopters to reduce their
populations. Aerial hunts are exceedingly cruel, often only maiming
animals who then die slow, agonizing deaths.
Families are torn apart,
and young and weak animals starve or die of dehydration. Apparently, 8,000
camels have already been killed
, but up to 50,000 camels are being
targeted! Your voice is needed today!

Please urge Australian officials to ditch aerial hunting—and
then forward this message widely! Unwanted animals can be humanely controlled
using exclusion techniques and deterrents. If killing is insisted upon, methods should be more humane.

Send polite comments to:

Jan Ferguson
Managing Director
Ninti One Limited
jan.ferguson@nintione.com.au

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Article source: PETA Action Alerts

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