Powerful Animal Ads That Tell The Uncomfortable Truth

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We're at a point in our existence on Earth where we can truly help animals, yet poaching and needless hunting still goes on despite the warnings and knowledge that humans may very well cause some animal species to go extinct, and it seems like some people just don't understand the gravity of the situation.

Perhaps if there were more ads out there like the ones present in this collection of 33 Powerful Animal Ad Campaigns That Tell The Uncomfortable Truth people would have their eyes opened to the seriousness of the situation, and how every little bit we can do to help bring animals back from the brink of extinction, or keep our furry critter friends safe from exploitation, will ultimately benefit our lives as members of Team Earth.

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More or less. The people that are causing the majority of these extinctions (rhinos, big cats , and so forth) are a) highly unlikely to see any of these ads, and b) if they did, would laugh at them, ignore them, or use them for rifle practice.

The people that are trying to stop them are outgunned, outmanned, and out-ruthlessed by their enemies and short of just popping a cap in every poacher's head in methodical fashion, there's not a lot to be done.

As for things like the tuna issue... again, the target for concern isn't the average joe that will see this ad in their copy of Smithsonian... it's the fat-pocketed politicians and large seafood conglomerates, and they aren't going to listen to any ad campaign either, no matter how succinct the design. All they listen to is money and unless you stab them in the pocketbook, they won't lift a finger.
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