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Now reading on a Friday night. I’m having a hard time wrapping my brain around the stat that humans kill 100 million sharks each year.

The report is short, and easy to read. It argues that sharks are essential to ocean health, that diversity creates and supports more resilient ecosystems, and that humans should back the eff off.

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    If you thought Jaws was bad, an ocean without sharks is infinitely worse. This is really well put together… and it’s...
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