Masquerading as a "sharks first" program, Ocearch continues its unnecessary and brutal methods of attaching large tags to the dorsal fins of white sharks. While current studies indicate this species is nearing endangerment status, permits continue to be granted to a team of big game fishermen
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Humans every year kill 100 million sharks and for what? Shark Fins - For a tasteless bowl of soup Shark Teeth - For Jewlery Shark Jaws - For Tourists Shark Cartilage - For Phony Cancer Cures In The Form Of Pills Shark Liver Oil - For Cosmetic Products 100 million
The rare Mexican Gray Wolf, a sub-species of the gray wolf, with a distinct DNA, is becoming extinct with only 59 wolves in the wild. As stewards of all living creatures, we cannot stand by and let this extinction happen before our very eyes.
In 1986, the International Whaling Commission (IWC) enacted a moratorium on all commercial whaling. Since then, three nations - Iceland, Norway, and Japan - have brutally slaughtered over 25,000 whales for commercial purposes under the guise of scientific research. The IWC does not have the power to
Scientists estimate that 90% of many pelagic species have been fished out in the last 50 years. At the current rate we will have fished out all the large beneficial species by 2048. Perfectly adapted to the marine world as apex predators, these ocean animals are important components of a healthy