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Sleepers Sharks in Prince William Sound, Alaska

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Omkar Hehar

on 14 November 2013

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Sleepers Sharks in Prince William Sound, Alaska
Apex Predator: An animal that has no natural predators and usually sits at the top of a food chain.
Solutions for the decrease of populations of sharks: Asians should stop shark fining, which is when they cut their fins off, then set them loose when they still are alive.
A Healthy Ecosystem:
Why sharks are important: They keep the population of consumers balanced and under control.
The Exxon Valdez oil spill used to be one of the largest oil spills in the US which conflicted with sea creatures' habitats in this ecosystem.
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