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Signal Tag - Motorbike "G-Race 2012" - Porky

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Owner:
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Released:
Friday, 20 January 2012
Origin:
Niedersachsen, Germany
Recently Spotted:
In the hands of oztag.

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Porky is a participant in the "Gänseliesel-Race 2012".
Please keep Porky moving as far and as fast as you can. 
If you pick it up, please either take it somewhere very far away, or drop it quickly into another frequently used cache. Please do not hold on to it for a very long time unless you are planning to take it somewhere very far away!
Dipping Porky in one other cache ("visited") before you drop it off, and visiting other countries gives us some extra racing points - YEAH! Thanks so much!

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Porky ist Teilnehmer beim "Gänseliesel Race 2012"
Bitte transportiere Porky schnell zum nächsten gut besuchten Cache und so weit du kannst.
Bitte behalte ihn nicht lange, außer wenn du vorhast ihn sehr weit weg wieder abzulegen.
Wenn du Porky in einen Cache dippst ("visited") bevor du ihn endgültig ablegst und wenn Porky andere Länder besucht, bekommen wir extra viele Renn-Punkte - YEAH! Vielen Dank!






About This Item

Porky

 Besides winning the race, Porky wants to make sure you are aware that you should eat as little meat as possible:
According to a 2006 report by the Livestock, Environment And Development Initiative, the livestock industry is one of the largest contributors to environmental degradation worldwide, and modern practices of raising animals for food contribute on a "massive scale" to air and water pollution, land degradation, climate change, and loss of biodiversity. The initiative concluded that "the livestock sector emerges as one of the top two or three most significant contributors to the most serious environmental problems, at every scale from local to global." In 2006 the Food and Agriculture Organization estimated that meat industry contributes 18% of all emissions of greenhouse gasses.

Animals fed on grain need more water than grain crops. In tracking food animal production from the feed through to the dinner table, the inefficiencies of meat, milk and egg production range from a 4:1 energy input to protein output ratio up to 54:1. The result is that producing animal-based food is typically much less efficient than the harvesting of grains, vegetables, legumes, seeds and fruits for direct human consumption.
Source: Wikipedia

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Tracking History (9714.9mi) View Map

Retrieve It from a Cache 10/17/2019 oztag retrieved it from Oh! One to hate East Midlands, United Kingdom   Visit Log

Will move on in next few days.

Dropped Off 09/30/2019 Foxyflame placed it in Oh! One to hate East Midlands, United Kingdom - 110.59 miles  Visit Log
Visited 09/22/2019 Foxyflame took it to The Sculpture Trail Southern England, United Kingdom - 13.02 miles  Visit Log
Retrieve It from a Cache 09/18/2019 Foxyflame retrieved it from Giant's Elbows West Midlands, United Kingdom   Visit Log

Will get this on asap

Dropped Off 09/17/2019 dadu 13 placed it in Giant's Elbows West Midlands, United Kingdom - 55.34 miles  Visit Log
Visited 09/15/2019 dadu 13 took it to A.C.W. No .10 West Midlands, United Kingdom - 17.74 miles  Visit Log
Visited 09/11/2019 dadu 13 took it to LAST CACHE OF HAZEL SECOND WALK SERIES West Midlands, United Kingdom - 2.59 miles  Visit Log
Visited 09/11/2019 dadu 13 took it to REALLY OLD SIDETRACK Dowery Dell Viaduct West Midlands, United Kingdom - 3.48 miles  Visit Log
Visited 09/09/2019 dadu 13 took it to HAZEL ROLLS HER EYES NOT ANOTHER ONE DAD West Midlands, United Kingdom - 34.8 miles  Visit Log
Visited 09/05/2019 dadu 13 took it to MCW #8 Southern England, United Kingdom - 39.31 miles  Visit Log
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