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    that even in their own environment these poor and defenseless animals are hunted down and used for our own purposes. Sharks, for example, are hunted down for their fins and only their fins. Sharks have been living on earth for over 400 million years. Every year, 100 million sharks are killed for only their fins (SOURCE). Shark fins add no taste to shark fin soup, only texture. Sharks are an essential part of the largest ecosystem on the planet and help maintain the balance of life in all the…

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    People should stop eating or consuming shark fin soup Do you agree fin soup is unhealthy ? Does it effect the environment? How many sharks being killed because of fin soup ? Shark finning is the process of cutting sharks fins and make soup from it is known as shark fin soup it is considered as a part of Chinese culture while test come from soup ingredients. It is commonly served at special occasions such as weddings or as luxury item in Chinese culture . Sharks finings is harmful for…

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    Stop Shark Finning Essay

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    Stop Shark-Finning! Why kill a whole shark for its fins in order to make shark fin soup, a tasteless and expensive soup just to impress your friends? Every year human beings kill over 102 million sharks while less than 10 people are killed by sharks, yet we call them bloody killers (Fairclough 1). This has created a drastic reduction in their numbers, and it is feared that it may lead to their extinction, causing a life imbalance on the planet’s ecosystem. Governments and environmental…

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    Declined in shark population breaks stability of The marine ecosystem The shark, the predator that stands on top of the food chain. However, its number has declined since the 1970s due to human destruction, and it will affect the stability of the food chain (Dudley, and Cliff 243-255). For instance, in Aldo Leopold’s paper, A Sand County Almanac, he claims each specie’s importance in the food chain is the link to the other specie “The lines of dependency for food and other services are called…

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    Red-Tailed Black Shark

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    Red-Tailed Black Shark is a stunning fish, with a velvety- black body, a bright red tail, and a lovely streamlined shape. If you are going to keep a Black Shark in your aquarium, and I highly recommend that you do, only get one, because they get very aggressive towards others of their species. When they are younger they are relatively harmless, but as they got older and bigger they can get very cantankerous. You need to give your Black Shark plenty of hiding places to choose from, like a…

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    grey nurse shark is Animalia because the grey nurse shark is a multicellular animal. The phylum is Chordata because it is a large animal that includes vertebrates . The class is Chondrichthyes because it has a cartilaginous skeleton. The order is lamniformes because they are a class called mackerel sharks . Family is Odontaspididae because they are sand sharks. Genus is Carcharias because it is a white pointer . And the species is Carcharias Taurus because it is a shallow water shark with very…

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    Sharks… They’re ferocious, aggressive, scary and interesting. Recently, few of today’s news tackle on shark attacks, discovery of shark species, or articles about Katy Perry’s shark back up dancers. Maybe, the sharks felt that we celebrated Shark Week, so they should be doing something to call our attention. Or maybe they’re just playing us? Hmm.. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/im-proud-my-backup-aaron-harris?trk=mp-reader-card Sharks are usually found in the depths of the ocean and seas.…

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    Tiger Sharks Controlling Marine Population The Galeocerdo Cuvier or the Tiger Shark is one of the highest predators in the marine wood web. As a tertiary consumer, it has the widest variety in its diet including Dolphins, small sharks, large fish and garbage. They are frequently found throughout tropical waters and tend to stay in deeper areas of the ocean. They are impressive hunters with keen eyesight and smell. Their teeth are shaped specifically to break sea turtle shells with sharp,…

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    SHARK ATTACKS Q: What is it? A: This one is easy, a shark attack is the term used to describe when a shark acts upon a human. Every year only 75 attacks are reported worldwide. Even though there are many attacks a year, people are still very scarred to get in the water especially after major attacks, such as the Jersey Shore attacks of 1916, and many films such as Jaws. Q: What are the changes of this happening to anyone? A: According to ISAF (International Shark Attack File), between…

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    When people think of sharks, many think of a vicious killing monster that needs to be avoided at all costs, and this creates an irrational fear that enters the minds of the general populace. In an attempt to educate the public about this growing threat to sharks, a threatened species, the practice of cage-diving has started to become more popular. The mentality that sharks are evil beings has been spread far and wide through many mediums such as way of mouth, movies, and viral pictures/videos,…

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