Choking Our Oceans With Plastic

Choking Our Oceans With Plastic

Choking Our Oceans With Plastic In the North Pacific Ocean, there exists the largest marine debris vortex in the world: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch. This garbage patch consists of two distinct collections of marine debris, litter that ends up in large bodies of...
Shark Attacks

Shark Attacks

Sharks don’t like the taste of us much. In fact for every shark that kills a human, a human kills two million sharks averaging one hundred million a year. Most shark attacks occur around popular beaches about one hundred feet away from the shore line. Sharks...
Knowing our Neighbors

Knowing our Neighbors

Most sharks can’t stop moving or they will drown because there is no water flowing through their gills. Sharks are especially active at night when they hunt. Some sharks migrate over very large distances like the Great White for food and breeding. Great Whites...
King of the Ocean

King of the Ocean

Sharks play a very important role in the ocean which most fish do not. Sharks are top predators with little to no natural predators. They help keep other fish populations in check for a healthy population and functional and diverse ecosystem like a coral reef. The...
Goodbye SHARKS!

Goodbye SHARKS!

These predators that are on the top of the food chain help keep the oceans very large ecosystem balanced. Humans kill over 100 million every year, which is cause it these creatures to be on the extinction list. So if they are going extinct, predators like the grouper...
Shark Extinction

Shark Extinction

Sharks are very endangered and put on the top ten list of endangered species. Sharks are threatened by shark fishing, commercial fishing, commercial fishing by-catch, pirate fishing, bait drum lines, shark nets, chemical pollution, garbage which equals 14 billion...

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