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Helping endangered animals

Helping endangered animals


Dolphins and fishermen

Every year too many dolphins die by being tangled or trapped in fishermen’s nets.  Dolphins are very playful and rely on their family but when the fishermen come their family doesn’t come back most of the time because the fishermen catch them in nets. People can help to prevent this happening by buying dolphin-friendly tuna, because dolphin-friendly tuna is caught on fishing rods with hooks and no nets.

When the nets go through the water it destroys the beautiful corals in the natural sea. It also means that the fish are left out in the open waiting for predators to eat them.


© Charlotte-May Trundle (aged 9)
2nd December 2017

Helping endangered animals
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Dolphins caught in fishing nets

Dolphins caught in fishing nets

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Tuna fish caught by rod avoids all the nets


© Charlotte-May Trundle (aged 9)
2nd December 2017

Helping endangered animals


Dolphins and fishermen

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© Charlotte-May Trundle (aged 9)
2nd December 2017

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