As they usually hunt old, weak or sick prey, they help to keep the prey population in good condition, healthy and strong, enabling these more naturally fit animals to reproduce and pass on their genes. The effects of removing sharks from ocean ecosystems, although complex and rather unpredictable, are very likely to be ecologically and economically damaging. Here are some reason why killing sharks is very bad: 1)Sharks are being fished at a rate faster than they can recover. Due to overexploitation and lack of proper management, many shark species are under considerable risk of unrecoverable decline with some species having declined to near extinction in recent years. According to reports, sharks are being killed at an alarming rate of up to 273 million worldwide per year.
Think about the poison that’s harming the ones who eat the whale meat. Think about the people who don’t know what they’re eating. Most importantly, think about the harmless whales. So, stand up and fight to put an end to
They tried to close SeaWorld. "Blackfish" a film by Gabriela Cowperthwaite is dated in 2013. This is about Whales that get frustrated and kill people. They are kept in pools that are clearly not the ocean. Sea World and other facilities like Sea World need to make a bigger pool or never own whales because they belong in the wild.
Research displays that the rate at which sharks are killed is close to 100 million every year! There are so many causes which assist with Sharks being on the verge of extinction, one of which includes human activities. First and Foremost , Shark finning refers to the removal and retention of shark fins and the discard at sea of the carcass. This means that for commercial purposes poachers cut off the shark 's fin, (while its still living) and tosses it back into the ocean. This is a detrimental problem because unable to swim, the sharks sink to the bottom of the ocean where the remains are eaten by other fish.
It is a major issue that should not be ignored because fishermen are murdering dolphins behind the scenes in the cove of Taiji, and the SeaWorld Organization’s capture of the dolphins. To finish off, activist at risk from helping dolphins should be set free. This is why mass murder of dolphins and potentially a mass murder of people is relevant to society. “There was a time when the only time and place where you could really appreciate these magnificent beings was in some kind of water park. An argument was created and sustained that this justified their presence and that entertainment was justified.
A perfectly healthy dolphin consiciousiously stopped breathing. The many of people in Taiji have to pay the price for killing the dolphins’. The Cove, directed by Louie Psihoyos conveys a fair argument to put an end to the slaughtering in dolphins’ in the cove of Taiji, Japan and supports it with additional strong evidence. The documentary supports their argument well by providing the point of view of Taiji citizens, the health affects the dolphin meat has on everyone who eats it and includes the political war to end the
In conclusion, Rick O’Barry and his crew demonstrate prime examples of good global citizens as they raise awareness for the slaughter of dolphins. They were able to change the public’s opinion on hunting dolphins and stop the kids in Taiji from consuming the contaminated dolphin meat. Although Ric broke the law, he did it to save thousands of dolphin lives while he was still active, informed, and purposeful which makes him a good global
After the movie Jaws came out people thought it would be macho to go and hunt sharks. There would be killing tournaments to see who could get the biggest shark. The biggest shark that was ever caught was a 20 foot long great white shark. People are also overfishing sharks. There is a huge problem with finning for shark steaks or shark fin soup.
In 2013, Gabriela Cowperthwaite directed the documentary Blackfish. This documentary is about Tilikum, an orca from SeaWorld that has taken the lives of many trainers. The documentary makes the claim that orcas should be freed from captivity. While in captivity they are causing harm to both themselves, humans, and the other orcas. Blackfish is a great example of an argument that can be rhetorically analyzed because it has pathos, ethos, and logos.
In conclusion Blackfish is gives audiences a shocking, aggressive and deeply compelling look into cruel practices of marine parks for decades that will change the way you look at captive/trained killer whales and other animals. In watching this documentary has significantly opened my eyes regarding the brutal treatment and methods of capturing wild animals giving me a greater sympathy for orcas in parks such as SeaWorld. This startling documentary will surprise audiences as Cowperthwaite is unrelenting in showing the fatal consequences of keeping killer whales in captivity while also critiquing of the cruel and immoral practises of