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What you need to know about the new ‘Boat People’ ad campaign from FourFour Two

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What you may not know about a new campaign from the Australian firm FourFourtwo, is that it features a sea turtle on a boat, and it’s designed to get people talking about climate change.

The campaign, called “Sea Turtles: Climate Change” by the Australian company, aims to get the world talking about the effects of climate change on sea turtles.

The first thing you’ll notice about the campaign is that the sea turtle is portrayed in a very “bizarre” manner.

The ad says that the turtles are disappearing from Australia due to the sea’s warming.

“This year, sea turtles are being wiped out,” the ad says.

The turtle’s plight is the focus of the ad, which uses a number of different media outlets to get Australians talking about sea turtle conservation.

According to the company, it has been able to get a “small number of people to comment on the ad through a variety of channels” and that the campaign has reached a “huge” number of viewers.

A number of media outlets have also published articles about the ad on the site.

One of the outlets that published the article about the sea turtles was a news site called “The Age”, which is a “leading independent online news site with over two million readers”.

The article said the ad was created by the “Australian and New Zealand Marine Conservation Society” and was run in conjunction with the Australian government.

FourFourTwo said that “the story behind the ad is an important one that has been lost in the shuffle” and is the result of a “significant investment by the group”.

“The Australian government is a leading conservation advocate in Australia and has been a great champion of the conservation of marine life around the world for many years,” it said.

It said the campaign was funded by “a range of groups and individuals” including: the Australian and New Zeland Marine Conservation society, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and the Natural Environment Research Council of Australia.

The ad will run on the FourFourSecond.com website from June 10 to June 15.

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