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Jennifer Aniston, Paul Rudd, Join Celebs In New Dolphin PSA

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A wonderful PSA from the creators of Oscar-winning documentary “The Cove” has been released urging support to help end the dolphin slaughter in Japan. It features an incredible array of celebrities like Jennifer Aniston, Hayden Panettiere, Courtney Cox, James Gandolfini, Evan Handler, Mariska Hargitay, Woody Harrelson, Carrie Ann Inaba, Richard Kind, James Kyson Lee, John Leguizamo, Fisher Stevens, Rob Morrow, Jason Mraz, Paul Rudd, Russell Simmons, Ben Stiller, Chris Tashima, Tamlyn Tomita, Naomi Watts, and Robin Williams.

Quite the show of support from the Hollywood scene, right?

In honor of Earth Day, the stars are asking you to go to TakePart.com to learn how to write leaders like President Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, and Japanese authorities and ask for the slaughter practices to be changed. Check out the video below:

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