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WSPA's prime focus is to relieve the suffering of animals

However it is plain to see that human and animal lives are deeply intertwined and lots of the times we find animals suffering, people are usually involved.

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Dolphins are one of a number of marine mammals, including their close relations, porpoises, whales and narwhals, which live in the ocean, feeding mostly on fish, squid and small crustaceans. They belong to the Family Delphinidae. There are approximately 40 species in existence, the smallest (Maui's dolphin) measuring 1.2 metres and the largest (Orca) to a massive 9 metres.   

Delphinids travel in large pods, often having a permanent social structure. Amazingly, each individual  dolphin has its very own "whistle" which only they will respond to.  I suppose it's a bit like us having our own name. Another way we tend to liken the dolphin to ourselves is by seeing its mouth outline as a smile.

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Although organic clothing can be more expensive than other clothing on the market, there are some very strong ethical reasons behind this, such as worker and animal welfare, which, in turn, carry a higher price tag to the consumer. However, to counterbalance this, the consumer can be confident that the clothes they wear are sweatshop-free and that no pesticides, herbicides or genetically modified seeds are used in the production of fabrics, such cotton, linen, silk and hemp and that the sheep, who provide the wool for the industry, are humanely reared.

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It seems to be that time of year again when wedding venues and churches are all booked out with lovely weddings. We're off to one next weekend in fact, and it seems a lot of our friends and colleauges are also off to a whole bunch more. It got us wondering about wedding favours and where they originate from and what they symbolise.

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