Pilot whales and dolphins are two of the many victims of California’s drift gillnets, a devastating fishing practice that’s responsible for the deaths of one hundred marine mammals on average every year off the coast of California.
These nets, intended to catch swordfish and thresher sharks, kill indiscriminately, threatening endangered species like sperm whales and sea turtles.
These nets are cast out below the surface, over vast areas of water.
Go here to learn more about what you can do about drift gillnets off the California coast today.
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