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Nakawe Project Aug 1
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that they deserve more than this senseless slaughter, and are ultimately worth more alive. . 📸: @ reel deal sport fishing charters .
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Nakawe Project Aug 16
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the shark meat is mislabeled so that consumers aren’t even aware of eating endangered sharks. Our own research also found that mako shark meat, for example,
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Nakawe Project Aug 7
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wouldn't it make more sense to focus on eco-tourism where possible and give fishermen a chance to earn a more sustainable living by being part of it and help conserve our blue planet for future ?
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Nakawe Project Aug 7
Film by with the support of thewcs, action4ifaw, pewenvironment, vulcaninc and , davivanca, jamesketchumsharks, dserradell_photo, jeff_panella, stefanopolis
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Living Sharks Museum Apr 12
Hunting fossilized prehistoric Mako Sharks is much cooler than aiding in the decline of today’s threatened Makos.
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Sharkproject Jul 3
The days of taking a selfie with a are gone - at least in . On July 1st the shore-based shark fishing regulations went into effect and will hopefully put an end to much of today's cruel hobby of fishing sharks. Photo: Klaus P. Harter
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zahin glez Apr 28
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Tyler May 27
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