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Sharks At Risk Of Extinction From Overfishing

According to a new ecological report, nearly 100 million sharks are killed each year by humans, driven in large part by Asian nations’ demand for shark fin soup, and many species could be fished to extinction within decades unless new protections are enacted. What do you think?

  • “Uh-oh. Without sharks, someone’s going to get curious about who’s been eating all those swimmers.”

    Mick Hadrava
    Floor Waxer
  • “I don’t even want to imagine a world without sharks.”

    Claudette Gale
    Air Analyst
  • “The sharks should try biting those guys.”

    Matthew Stinson
    Key Cutter