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Sharks

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Jenny Musina

on 18 June 2010

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Thesis: Regardless of the bad press sharks receive and the fact that the shark fishing industries are profitable, public awareness and governmental intervention of the overfishing of sharks is necessary to preserve the maritime ecosystem. The Overfishing of Sharks Thesis: Regardless of the bad press sharks receive and the fact that the shark fishing industries are profitable, public awareness and governmental intervention of the overfishing of sharks is necessary to preserve the maritime ecosystem. 70 million sharks are slaughtered each year worldwide 5 people are killed each year 126 different species of sharks are endargered How many sharks do you believe are killed each year? Would you rather have a shark or an elephant as a pet? How many people do you think are killed each year? How many different species of sharks do you think are endangered? Survey Why are sharks being killed? Mainly for soup. A barbaric practice called "finning". Profitable Longlines Demand Sport Myth Consequences Domino effect Maritime ecosystem Solutions Public education
Political will
Self-control
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