Poached Sharks Confiscated at World Heritage Site - Cocos island

On Monday, March 20th, 2017 Cocos Island park guards were made a gruesome discovery. They boarded the Jose Pablo II, maritime number PQ93, a fishing vessel that had not been granted permission to enter the waters of this World Heritage Site. Fifty-eight…Read More

Working Hard to Protect Sharks Internationally - CITES Success!

Over the past two CITES we were able to work on site with an international team to get thresher shark, silky sharks, hammerheards, porbeagle and oceanic whitetip sharks as well as 8 species of mobula rays and manta rays onto the protected Appendix II…Read More

Online Auction 2016 - Palau, Indonesia, Costa Rica and more Ends Dec 22 Helps Sharks

Sea Save Foundation launched their annual online auction last week. https://www.charitybuzz.com/seasave Great Destinations / Amazing Deals / Protect Oceans This is the sixth year for this high-profile fundraiser, which features over 50 experiences in the…Read More

Action Update: Post Your "Fin" Pix to a Global Electroninc

Give Em the Fin and Win! Help us build an international photo mosaic that will used as a shark protection billboard. There is no cost to participate. Each uploaded image becomes one pixel of the artwork. 20,000 images will send one clear message: Be Part of…Read More

YOUR $15 CAN HELP GET US A $20,000 BONUS DONATION

SPECIAL EDITION - 2014 CHALLENGE 300 300 People Donating ANY Amount by Year End Will Win Sea Save a $20,000 Donation We must show that enough people care about what we do. Do you care enough to donate $15.00? http://seasave.org/2014-challenge-300 The…Read More

Sea Save Foundation Online Auction Fundraiser Ends Tuesday Dec 16th

Sea Save Foundation launched their annual online auction last week. https://www.charitybuzz.com/seasave This is the fourth year for this high-profile fundraiser, which features close to 50 experiences in the Caribbean, the Galapagos, Indonesia, Fiji,…Read More

Cebu Pacific Airlines Bans Shark Fin Transport - What does this mean for Sharks?

The Philippines' largest air transportation company, Cebu Pacific Air, has announced that it is banning shark fin cargo and will no longer serve shark fin soup in-flight. Take a "deeper" look here to see why the company decided to implement this change, and…Read More
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