Sharks in Trouble

These predators of the sea need your help. Some shark species like the Scalloped Hammerhead, White Shark and Thresher Shark are in trouble, their populations have fallen by as much as 75% over the past 15 years.

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http://www.unep.org/Documents.Multilingual/Default.asp?DocumentID=531&ArticleID=5775&l=en

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  1. GrizzlyBearRanger13 says:

    poor sharks!! hopefully they make a comeback with our help

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  2. Ranger5684214 says:

    cool animals but scary animals!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    alocin13 Reply:

    Sharks are the most gentlest creatures in the word if there is ever a shark attack is is always an accident .That’s why we must stop people from shark finning .People all over the world are cutting off shark fins and selling them for lots of money to make a soup called shark fin soup. Shark fin soup is basically chicken or beef broth with shark fin in it but the sad thing is that the shark fin has NOOO flavor in it. So people are basically just chopping off shark fins and killing millions of of shark an year. So we have to work together as an organization to bring back the sharks.

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