- v.a_moein_v.a2 months ago
- tamaramillbay2 months ago
Well said Christina!
- vickeryjane2 months ago
Meanwhile humans are drowning in a ‘sea of plenty’ - dying from over- consumption. Victims of our own insatiable greed. When will we collectively take responsibility for the damage we have inflicted on our natural world.
- horse.dog.truck2 months ago
Amen man Amen !
- parker48572 months ago
Hunting Has Always Been A Good Way Of Cutting Out The Over Population Of Many Animals, Here In Alabama There Are Way Too Many Deer For Example! I'm Quite Sure That Pollution Also Has A Part In The Declining Salmon Population Everywhere My Friends!!!😢
- johnklarer2 months ago
Please educate and inform our decision makers with a call out to your followers, individually we are all responsible in our daily choices, collectively we can counter balance the call to cull our sea lions or any other species.
- sweetrumorsphotography2 months ago
- rosa_r.s2 months ago
Que se puede hacer?
- save_natural_beauty2 months ago
- marhi_fonseca2 months ago
- realroch8n2 months ago
- nancyglassmanartist2 months ago
We have the same kind of thing in the U.S. Solidarity across artificial borders.
- world.wide.william2 months ago
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- willsire2 months ago
So true. The culling of a natural predator is definitely not the answer, sad to see so many governments propose this immoral and unscientific solution.