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To The Last Fish: Our Oceans Are Emptying.  Our Oceans Are Dying #Oceans #OceanAcidification #OverFishing #Environment #ClimateChange #Biodiversity
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The Surprisingly Sociable Lives of Sharks

The Surprisingly Sociable Lives of Sharks | OUR OCEANS NEED US | Scoop.it
Despite their image as bloodthirsty predators, sharks are actually social animals capable of bonding with each other and even humans.

 

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OF SHARKS AND PEOPLE DOCUMENT A VULNERABLE SPECIES
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/07/09/photos-sharks-people_n_5552283.html

 

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Saving Easter Island's Sharks and Marine Life

Saving Easter Island's Sharks and Marine Life | OUR OCEANS NEED US | Scoop.it

You've heard of Easter Island, but you may not be familiar with its uninhabited neighbor. Salas y Gómez Island has been called one of the world's last untouched marine places.

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Exclusive: The Cruel Reality of the Global Shark Fin Trade, in Pictures

Exclusive: The Cruel Reality of the Global Shark Fin Trade, in Pictures | OUR OCEANS NEED US | Scoop.it

Treehugger, January 29, 2012

THE CRUEL REALITY OF THE GLOBAL SHARK FIN TRADE = IN PICTURES. Oceana CEO Andy Sharpless takes us inside the brutal world of shark finning. http://www.treehugger.com/slideshows/endangered-species/exclusive-the-cruel-reality-global-shark-fin-trade-oceana-ceo-andy-sharpless/page/11/

 

 

Guardian Environment, September 18, 2013
CORAL REEFS SUFFER AS THE RELENTLESS HUNT FOR SHARK FINS TAKE ITS TOLL.
The rampant overfishing of sharks, often solely for their fins, is causing a damaging chain reaction that could significantly degrade coral reef systems, a decade-long Australian-led study has found. "The result of this is that the whole food chain is being thrown out of whack." ... creating a collapse of the food chain.
http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2013/sep/19/coral-reefs-suffer-hunt-sharks

 

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OF SHARKS AND PEOPLE DOCUMENT A VULNERABLE SPECIES
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/07/09/photos-sharks-people_n_5552283.html

 

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