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    The culling of sharks is not the only way to ensure that the ocean is safe. Sharks have populated the earth for over four hundred million years and now, people want to remove them from our oceans [Williamson, 2015]. The introduction of shark culls will allow people to freely kill sharks in an unorthodox manner, threatening the lives of many shark species. Despite what the media depicts of them, most people do not know that sharks are vital when it comes to maintaining the ocean ecosystem and…

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    Melville compares the sharks and Stubb as they begin to do the same things without being aware of it by the way they feast on the whale in a similar ways. There is an obvious passion in Stubb’s heart for hunting and killing whales which becomes apparent by the way he indulges on their first kill of the day. Stubb is passionately eager to indulge in his kill that he can not wait and begins to feast in the middle of the night along with the sharks. The text describe the level of enjoyment Stubb…

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    Bull Shark Research Paper

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    continues to find) new sharks, I jumped in….to the story, not the ocean. Apparently, Dave Ebert travels to Taiwan because of a certain fish market. That market has dished him at least 10 new sharks, not yet documented. However, what’s really weird to me is that sharks have been around way longer than crocodilians. They have outlived dinosaurs. Sharks have been around for 450 million years. Here are some of my personal favorite sharks… The Frilled Shark I think all shark lovers know about the…

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    Great White Shark

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    Great White Shark The Great White shark is the most dangerous predator swimming in the sea. They have been swimming in the oceans on this planet for over 400,000,000 years. The Great White shark is undeniably the most feared fish in the sea. The evolution, reproduction and behavior patterns of this massive creature, make it one of the most interesting swimmers in our oceans. The process of evolution has changed many creatures on our planet for millions of years. Sharks are one of…

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    Greenland Shark Essay

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    The Greenland Shark, also known as the grey shark, is the largest species of shark that lies in the North Atlantic Ocean near Canada, Greenland, Norway and Iceland (Wikipedia Contributors). The grey shark lives further north than any other shark; on rare occasions these sharks have been found as far south as the Gulf of Mexico (Wikipedia Contributors). Greenland sharks are the only species that consistently live in these arctic and sub-arctic temperature waters (Rogers). Other than being one of…

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    frightened of them? Ever since “Jaws” people have viewed Sharks as ferocious, dangerous man-eating monsters out to attack anyone who dares come into the water. The fact of the matter is that one-fourth of Shark populations is endangered of going extinct. After over 450 million years on this planet, Sharks have the possibility of extinction due to inadequate laws to protect them from actions such as finning, by catching, and habitat depletion. Sharks are an essential part of the ocean 's…

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    and gentlemen, chairman and adjudicator. The topic for our debate tonight is that we should adopt a productive shark culling policy and we, as the affirmative team believe that we benefit from such a policy. We define this topic as the Australian government should adopt a productive and beneficial shark culling program, which is the capture, monitor and occasionally the killing of sharks within vicinity of the beaches that place humans in risk and as the affirmative team we fully support the…

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    Shark Research Paper You are more likely to die from a bee sting or a lighting strike, then a shark attack. People say sharks are monsters and beasts, but they are just the opposite. Ocearch researchers are tagging sharks to help learn about them and to help all of us see that they are not monsters. Ocearch is helping us understand the protection and benefits sharks give us, hopefully we can protect them and make sure they don’t all die out. Sharks such as Crystal, are amazing creatures, and…

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    Why Do Sharks Hunt?

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    How Sharks Hunt Long viewed as dimwitted, bloodthirsty monsters, sharks are among the most intelligent species of fish. In fact, sharks have shown to be very versatile and efficient in their hunting methods. Sharks use a variety of hunting methods to capture their prey: adaptation, use of the senses, and strenuous power. Shark Adaptation. Adaptation for a shark is crucial for its hunting and more so for its survival. A shark's size is vital to its survival since “as the size of the great…

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    For centuries, shark fin soup has been considered a delicacy in the east, coveted for its social flare. The spike in demand for shark fin soup has turned shark finning into a lucrative business, leaving shark populations in danger. Finning is a cruel and wasteful practice that is running shark populations into the ground and imbalancing our ocean ecosystems. In order to reduce the demand for shark fins, consumers should reject shark fin soup in favor of shark-friendly alternatives that…

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