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A Fishy Argument

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Kristina Kovacs

on 30 November 2010

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Transcript of A Fishy Argument

Shark: (n) any of various active usu. predatory, and mostly large marine cartilaginous fishes over 375 different types sub-class Elasmobranch
Chlamydoselachiformes Hexanchiformes Echinorhiniformes Squaliform Squatiniformes Pristioforiformes Heterodontiformes coastal cold temperate to tropical seas Pacific Ocean deepwater slope Australia Indian Ocean the Philippines Taiwan China Madagascar continental and insular shelves Persian Gulf Western North Atlantic slender body longish snout pectoral fins cartilaginous sandpaper texture caudal fin Shark Myths Sharks have poor eyesight Shark attacks happen often Sharks are only found in the ocean Sharks are stupid Sharks will eat anything Shark Finning http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mCqPXhhxZIg&feature=fvw John Singleton Copley, Watson and the Shark, 1778 Shark Fin Soup causes sterility contains mercury a Chinese delecacy Lamniformes http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/sharks/scuba/Decade/Decade.htm The Greater Significance sharks are necessary for the ocean's ecosystem top predators Artificial Shark Fin Soup do not reproduce fast Laws Against Shark finning American Samoa Australia Brazil Canada Costa Rica European Union Ecuador Nicaragua Oman Palau Seychelles Panama South Africa United States The Republic of the Maldives http://www.sharksavers.org/en/get-involved/sign-these-petitions.html
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