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Change browser name from "Safari" to "Stop Safari hunting"

Dear friends and supporters, 

we are very close to 250,000 signatures on our first petition to Stop any Safari hunting and poaching in Africa. The target is one million and we are not far from it.

We ask to all African countries to stop any safari hunting and poaching on their lands.

Now we think that we need a great signal from one of most popular company and brand in the world. So we just started with this new petition that we invite you to sign and share.

We ask Apple to change, for a period of at least four weeks, the browser name from "Safari" to "Stop Safari hunting" and to allocate 10 million USD to an anti-poaching and anti big game hunting program to be carried out by drones inside the Maasai Mara National Park in Kenya and inside Addo Elephant National Park in South Africa.

https://www.causes.com/campaigns/94258-change-brow...

It is a strong signal that Apple can give to the world. We all have a duty, along with Apple, to defend these amazing Animals from extinction. It's a duty we have towards the planet and future generations.

Yes, we Can save them, but only All together! Thank you.

Please don't forget to join to Facebook dedicated group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/907660502606091/ to give us more International weight.

You can follow AnimalsTrust even on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/animalstrust

FB official page: https://www.facebook.com/animalstrust

Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/animalsTrust

It's one of the last chance that we have to save African Animals.

Thanks for signing and sharing.

How you can help

Kill these wild animals for a so-called "sport" does not help and give benefits anyone. All these African countries can have more and more benefits from tourism by increasing the possibilities of photographic Safari where all these wild animals are respected. This is a battle for all of us, these animals should be saved and protected at all costs. I invite you to sign this petition and share it…

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