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Unformatted text preview: I am a scuba diver. In 2009,my father and I went to the Great Barrier Reefs in Australia , where I saw so many sharks swimming around me. We fed them with tuna heads, then we watched them eating. That was the first time I saw a white-tip shark so clearly. it is beautiful. How can we imagine that, after years, there are no more sharks to see in the beautiful undersea world because of shark finning, which has led to extinction to many shark species? Sharks are being driven to the brink of extinction due to a huge increase in demand for their fins over the last 20 years or so To stop sharking fining, we need more of your attention. Shark finning is the practice of slicing off the shark's fins while the shark is still alive and throwing the rest of its body back into the ocean where it can take days to die what must be an agonising death. Some sharks starve to death, others are slowly eaten by other fish, and some drown, because sharks need to keep moving to force water through their gills for oxygen. Shark fins are because sharks need to keep moving to force water through their gills for oxygen....
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2012 for the course COMMUNICAT Com135 taught by Professor Olivas during the Fall '11 term at Miami University.
- Fall '11