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Politicians Ignoring Science: A Shark Culling Example

Andrew Lewin | Ocean Conservation Action | 1 Comment
Sharks in Western Australia (WA) are a hot topic over the web, especially on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. There are numerous petitions going around trying to save the sharks in this part of the world...and it's not for finning...it's to protect them from being killed by Australian government contractors because, apparently, they pose a threat to humans...a less than 1% chance of attacking humans.
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4 Beach Cleaning Tips to Protect the Oceans

Nadya Ali | Ocean Conservation Action | No Comments
Like so many bird species, humans flock to warmer areas once the cold proves too much to handle. Some of the most popular spots to vacation during the winter are beaches — Miami, Baja California, the Caribbean, Cancun, and more. Often times, in the excitement of the prospect of going somewhere sunny and warm, we plan to maximize our enjoyment but forget to plan so that our environmental impact is minimal. Here are some tips to help you prepare for your trip and lessen your impact on the ocean and the environment!
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Ocean Animals: Pelagic Thresher Shark

Rebecca Dolson | Ocean Animals | No Comments
The first of Speak Up For Blue's species' profiles, the thresher shark is an interesting predator as it uses its long tail to stun its prey by whipping it around. This pelagic shark lives in the upper part of the water column where it acts as an apex predator.
Tiger Shark - Citizen Science

Shark Conservation Through Citizen Science

Andrew Lewin | Ocean Conservation Action | No Comments

We all know sharks are in trouble. For most of you, I probably don't have to tell you that there are over 273 million sharks killed worldwide, which includes 100 million sharks dying for the ever so popular shark fin soup. Shark fin soup is not the only problem, a study estimating the number of shark deaths a year found that 1 in 15 sharks dies every year from fishing. That's a staggering number!