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.
Sharks are truly not trying to kill humans, and if they were every shark attack would be fatal. Another reason why sharks should be preserved is because they play a crucial role in the ecosystem in the ocean .There are many species of sharks throughout the ocean, and these sharks feed on a very diverse diet throughout the ocean. Sharks can feed on large game like seals, sea turtles and whales, depending on their size. Smaller sharks feed on things like small fish, crustaceans, and even other sharks. This ensures that none of the species in the ocean become too
But here some qualities that sharks do to help our planet. In fact Sharks keep the ocean food chain in check. They do this when sharks eat seals and it keeps the seal population normal, but if there were no sharks the seal would overtake fish and squid population until they would just go extinct. Another thing sharks do to help our planet is they hold cures for human diseases. They have special characteristics that could be turned into ingredients to help find cures.
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
Sharks, dolphins, turtles, seals and seabirds all get tangled in these nets, as by-catch, with no way to get out. Some of the animals that are caught die, either while they’re being dragged along the bottom of the ocean or when the fishermen bring them on deck and don’t put them back fast enough. FAO experts assessment concluded that there are roughly 27 million tonnes of global by-catch for every 77 million tonne catch. This statistic means almost 1/3 of every catch is by-catch. Fish populations are on the decline, no thanks to carless fishermen and their pollution.
People shouldn’t kill or disturb Loggerhead Turtles. We should save all the Loggerhead Turtles in the world and then we can have them as pets. One main reason for Loggerhead Turtle death is because of fishermen nets. We can save them by going Scuba diving. We can also save Loggerhead Turtles from reckless drivers by Scuba diving because of the debris.
During a study in March 2016 by Lauren Smith, a marine biologist who specializes in shark research, found two of the hammerhead species being traded were classified as endangered. This proves the trading market within China However, popular chain Fu Sing Shark Fin Seafood Restaurant owner Leung insists, “Why is it cruel to go for white shark and all other fish it’s not? What’s the difference?”. Given his position, he is meant to argue against the ethics behind killing a shark although he does have a reason. Animals are animals which is where his reason lies and is the reason animal equality should not be invoked.
This allows them to shoot and kill sharks greater than 3m in length that are found on the baited hooks placed on the traps known as “Drum lines”. Drum lines were placed along 7 popular Western Australian beaches between January and April. When there’s a ‘high hazard’ shark that is said to be near popular beaches authorities can kill the shark. Under the cull policy 170 sharks have been caught on the drum lines in Western Australia. After much debate the EPA ( Environmental Protection Authority ) did not review the WA’s policy for using drum lines to kill the sharks but the WA had fought back and asked if the drum lines could be used only when there was an emergency, this was granted.
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
The Japanese Sea lion in the 70s, and The Baiji Chinese River Dolphin in 2006 have been victim to our careless actions. Let’s not make sharks the next. World leaders, I am not here to just tell you about the demise of sharks, but to ask you to take action to halt their demise because this problem is on all our hands. As we speak ships are carrying fins to destinations across the world to your country. Currently, there is no international law to prohibit the selling of shark fins.