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Activists ask dolphin lovers to send Valentines to killers

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For many, the dolphin slaughter in Japan's Taiji's Cove is hearbreaking. So Valentines day seems like the perfect day for World Love for Dolphins Day. Valentines Day was designated on Feb. 3, 2014, by Sea Shepherd Conservation Society and Sea Shepherd Cove Guardians as a day to honor the dolphins.

The Valentines express both love and outrage to the Japanese government in cities around the world. The killed dolphins have too much mercury to eat, but make their way into food and even children's lunches illegally. The young dolphins who survive capture and transit are sold to aquariums around the world.

Send a Valentine for a Dolphin directly to the Japanese Embassy

Download & print a Valentine for a dolphin, and send it directly to the Embassy of Japan in Washington DC.

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Kid friendly Valentine's Day cards

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Send your Valentine for a Dolphin directly to the Japanese Embassy:

Ambassador Kenichiro Sasae
C/O Embassy of Japan
2520 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W.
Washington, DC 20008

Want to do more? Join a demonstration.

Valentine’s Day Demonstrations Feb 14th, 2014, 12:00pm - 1:00pm ET/PT

Sea Shepherd invites global supporters and dolphin lovers to join in the demonstrations and bring their concern to the doorsteps of the Japanese government in cities around the world. Find a list of planned demonstrations at the Sea Sheperd site or organize your own event.


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