Tag Archives: California Academy of Sciences

San Francisco Shark Fin Consumption Contributes to the Decrease of World Sharks

KQED Forum Show on the State Shark Fin Ban   flashvars="file=http://www.kqed.org/radio/archives/R201102160900.xml"></embed></object> A State shark fin ban is about sustainability.  Supply cannot meet the demand.  The California shark fin market is contributing to a world decimation of sharks. Sharks are important to the health of the oceans and directly to peoples of all cultures. With the Hamilton … Continue reading San Francisco Shark Fin Consumption Contributes to the Decrease of World Sharks

White Shark Attacks and The Devil’s Teeth

Young Surfer dies in Fatal Shark Attack In grade school we learn to look both ways before crossing the street. We know that we share the ocean with sharks.  Why is it such a shock when there is a shark attack when the sharks are frequenting our waters?  It’s a risk, a known risk, yet … Continue reading White Shark Attacks and The Devil’s Teeth