Making A Difference For Whales And Dolphins
Three Men And One Women With A Common Passion
Making A Difference For Whales And Dolphins – what happens when Maho Cwejman from Sweden – Uli Sharbinie and Andry Lavigne from Indonesia and R.w. Cory from the USA are chatting one night on Facebook? They find out that they share a common passion – CETACEAS.
Cetology is the branch of marine science that deals with marine mammals – whales – dolphins and porpoises – hence Cetaceas. As we all know – the plight of these incredible mammals is a bleak one – the slaughter is relentless – the protections are slim or not enforced. We all have seen the images of the Japanese whaling fleets in the Antarctic sanctuary – the Faroe Islands killing of whales and the brutal dolphin slaughter at Tajii.
And so our intrepid, late night foursome came up with the idea of World Peace Origami for Ceta
May 5, 2014
Maho said – “I can’t remember the exact day when we came up with this idea. It was the begining of this month – when we decided that origami dolphins and whales could be used to promote peace and help to overcome the tragedies of the past. We hope that in the future – that no more dolphins and whales will be slaughtered or become prisoners in captivity. Please share your concerns and your love of all dolphins and cetacea – through your origami message – World Peace Origami for CETA.