Celebrities and ocean activists from all over are making their voices heard during Discovery’s Shark Week, calling for a #FinBanNow.
Many stars, including actress Jenna Ushkowitz, Bo Derek, Ted Danson and model Ali Stephens, took part in a campaign in partnership with Oceana. They all are passionate about sharks and want you to learn about how cool sharks really are.
Did you know sharks don’t have bones? Or that Greenland sharks can live to be 400 years old?
While sharks are such incredible creatures, they’re currently in trouble and need our help. The global shark fin trade is one of the greatest threats facing the species. Up to 150 million sharks are killed every year for their fins.
But in the United States, while shark finning is illegal in the country’s waters, the trade is still thriving. There is bipartisan legislation to ban the U.S. shark fin trade, which has already passed the house, but it is currently awaiting passage in the Senate.
Click here to urge your senators to pass the Shark Fin Sales Elimination Act before it’s too late. ~Brie Davis
August 12, 2020 | 2 Comments
In the TV special Will Smith: Off the Deep End, which aired during Discovery’s Shark Week, Will Smith overcomes his fear of sharks and dives with them.
July 29, 2020 | Leave a Comment
Forget SharkFEST or Shark Week, if you want the real story of sharks tune into CTV this Monday. Rob Stewart’s Sharkwater Extinction is airing Monday at 9pm ET.
July 14, 2020 | 1 Comment
On Shark Awareness Day today (July 14, 2020), check out these amazing facts about sharks and some of the top films about sharks and ocean conservation.