SAVE THE VAQUITA! There are only 150 left...Please help!

The Vaquita is the world's smallest dolphin and is found in a tiny area in the Gulf of Mexico. Their current population is thought to be around 125-150 individuals. In 2 yrs the Vaquita will be extinct if we don't make a change. The Mexican and US government both list the Vaquita as endangered. Gillnets for fishing shrimp entangle and kill Vaquitas. We can save the Vaquita's by telling friends and family about the Vaquita's plight. Do not buy shrimp or fish caught in gill nets (buy farm-raised sea-food). Help the Mexican economy by traveling to Mexico. Donate to The Vaquita Recovery Fund. Send a Vaquita drawing asking the UN for it's support.
                             Vaquita Fund, Cetos Research Organization
                              c/o Cetos Atlantic/Ann Zoidis
                              11 Des Isle Ave.
                              Bar Harbor, ME  04609
                              (207) 266-6252
                            www.cetoresearch.org

We would like to ask for your help in saving the smallest Dolphin in the world. There is an estimated 125-150 left. Because of fishing with gill nets in The Gulf of Mexico The Vaquita's are getting trapped and are drowning. tHey will be extinct in 2 yrs if we don't make a change. Thank you for taking the time to help us in our fight to help save The Vaquita.
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