Cry Wolf:Poisoning Wolves To Pad Big Oil's Profits .... A MUST SEE VIDEO

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I just watched a heartbreaking video regarding the killing of wolves in Alberta Canada. This is tied to the tar sands oil production there. Please watch the video. Pass it on to others.

Link>> http://blog.nwf.org/2012/05/video-poisoning-wolves-to-pad-big-oils-profits/

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Just incase you missed this video I wanted to bring it up again. We should not be supporting tar sands production in Alberta Canada! It is the filthest oil on the planet, already there are OVER 50 square miles of TOXIC TRAILING PONDS that can be seen from SPACE! They have to blow cannons to keep birds and other wildlife from landing on them or drinking from them. Once the cannons didn't go off and 500 ducks landed and sunk to their death. Now they want to kill wolves because they have squeezed them and the caribu into a much smaller habitat that is quickly becoming unsustainable. Michigan suffered from a tar sands spill in the Kalamazoo River and the results proved that they don't know how to clean up a spill of this type of oil because it SINKS to the bottom of water so a skimmer can't catch it. Anyway...watch the video if you care.

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