Jan 23, 2016

Petition · Support Malaysian Shark Sanctuaries · Change.org

Sharks generate more money alive than dead for local communities .  Well designed, administered and enforced Marine Protected Areas have been scientifically demonstrated across the globe to benefit fish and marine ecosystems. While the fins from a dead shark may be worth US $100 to a local fisherman, through ecotourism, a living shark can support an entire island community and its surrounding...

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