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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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    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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    Are sharks going to be around forever? Sharks rule the sea, they are the very top. Sharks are known to be aggressive, mean, and known to attack so people want to kill when seen, but that is not entirely true. Attack of the human is very rare so no need to be afraid. There is problems with the overuse of sharks as in people love to eat them I believe that it’s going to be difficult to stop the overuse of sharks but if we were to inform the population about our problem, it would make it a whole…

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    Shark Week Research Paper

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    “We’re going to watch JAWS after we watch an episode of Shark Week” My dad said in his Dad way. Being 8 at the time I had no idea what JAWS was, but I knew it was an old movie since my Dad got to see it as a kid. My Mom grabbed the black remote and turned on the tv. We watched as the tv went from a dreary-black to a bloody toothed, opened mouth, flesh hanging from its jaw, Great White Shark jumping out of the water. I screamed since the shark looked like it was…

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    Current conservation In view of the difficulties faced in conservation, different international parties held measurement to protect the Great White Shark from extinction. The CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) is the most popular international agreement in the world. It is not protecting those endangered species only, but also many wildlife species because it makes sure the sustainable development of the trade in order to safeguard the…

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    Sharks which are a deadly species while within the seas and oceans of God's creation. Made in many different varieties and in different shapes and sizes, the sharks are all mostly given grey skin and of course,are all water creatures. In fact, Sharks are vicious creatures that can get teeth up to 12 feet long and will eat any smaller animals within their territory. They are all rapid swimmers and are in clever species such as Hammerhead Sharks, Great White Sharks, Tiger Sharks, and Lemon…

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    Shark finning has been a worldwide issue. Approximately 73 million sharks are killed each year solely for their fins. But this number does not include the number of sharks that are killed for reasons other than finning (Raloff). China and Hong Kong are the largest importers for shark fins due to China’s cultural tradition for Shark Fin Soup (“How Many Sharks Are Killed Each Year For Their Fins?”). Shark Fin Soup was introduced into Chinese cuisine during the Sung Dynasty (AD 960–1279) but did…

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    them at risk of going extinct ( Animals won't ever live on this world again.) Hammerhead sharks are most endanger of being by catch or over consumption of their meat, fins and cartilage and also commercial fishing.Commercial shark-finning is a practice where sharks are caught and their fins are cut off, then the body of the shark is discarded. Defining a hammer head happens to about 100 million or more sharks around the world per year.Bycatch in commercial…

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    Shark poaching has become a global issue in the world today. The high cost of shark fin, due to Asian demand, has created black market business opportunities that third world countries have learned to capitalize on. The lack of control and policing of fishing in international waters has allowed this problem to grow at an incredible rate. These things, along with the general view that sharks are mean, horrible, deadly, demonic creatures has helped to allow these practices to continue without…

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    7. For me, the worst part about being stranded at sea would be the fear of a shark biting through the raft and dragging me to the bottom of the ocean, but that is inescapable and didn’t end up being an issue for Louie, Phil, or Mac. The next thing that comes to mind is having to catch and eat raw sharks. “Phil had weighed about 150 pounds when he had stepped aboard Green Hornet. Louie’s war diary, begun shortly after he arrived in Hawaii, noted that he weighed 155 pounds. He believed that…

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