Two of Hollywood's biggest stars were ordered recently to record a video apologizing to the country of Australia for smuggling two of their pets into the country.

Because Australia is home to many unique species of wildlife, the country does not allow animals - even domestic dogs - to be brought into the country without the observance of proper quarantine protocol.

Actors Johnny Depp and Amber Heard admitted to recently violating those rules and recorded a video of apology after smuggling their terriers, "Boo" and "Pistol," into the Australia.

Depp later took to social media to declare that there was a #WarOnTerrier.  Some have questioned the sincerity of the video, but there is no questioning its efficacy.  The Australian Government Department of Agriculture and Water Resources - on whose YouTube channel the video was posted, has received (as of this posting) more than 2.3 million views.

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