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Relocate your monkeys to a sanctuary rather than euthanizing them.
by Students Against Cruelty to Animals at the University of Texas at Austin · 127,021 supporters
Movement Towards Relocation!
Students Against Cruelty to Animals at the University of Texas at Austin
Apr 11, 2016 — Thanks to everyone who has signed and shared this petition, the UT IACUC is now working with SACA to find forever homes for the macaque monkeys! While nothing is definite until the end of their study, this is a huge step! Finding homes for these animals is just a piece of the puzzle, but keep an eye for updates in the near future on how you can help put the rest of the pieces together
If you are interested in work that has been done in the last few months on this project, read this article that the Daily Texan, the campus newspaper, wrote:
Thank you again to everyone! We’ve accomplished so much together!
University Still Refuses to Consider Relocation
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The National Marine Fisheries Service is taking comments on a recommendation to designate the population of beluga whales in the western Sea of Okhotsk as “depleted” under the federal Marine Mammal Protection Act. The decision has the potential to stop the application of import permits from Russia to the U.S. in the future.
Comment PeriodEnds 6th June 2016
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To the The National Marine Fisheries Service (NOAA)
This letter serves as recommendation that The National Marine Fisheries Service designate the population of beluga whales in the western Sea of Okhotsk as “depleted,” under the Marine Mammal Protection Act.
Your agency states there are only an estimated 3,700 of these belugas off the Russian Pacific coast. The number of whales that have been taken from their…
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