Monthly Archives: December 2011

Shark Conservation Progress in 2011

Over the past year, much has been done to help sharks. To recap: -Honduras announced creation of 92,665-square mile shark sanctuary -243,244 square miles of the Bahams converted into a shark sanctuary -The Marshall Islands, Guam and Palau created a … Continue reading

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Sea World’s Tilikum Is Sick

Many people recognize the name Tilikum. As a controversial bull orca that killed three people, including Sea World Trainer Dawn Brancheau, he is one of the most famous killer whales in the world. The 22-foot, 12,000 lb bull orca is … Continue reading

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Japan Uses Tsunami Money To Fund Whaling

Times have been tough in terms of money. Families are struggling to make ends meet and to simply get by. With the trouble that the economy has put on many people, things are even more difficult when tragedy strikes. And … Continue reading

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Update on Shark Cull in Western Australia

Last month, I blogged about the proposed shark cull in Western Australia. Now, I have an update on what  happened with this: Victory for the sharks! Recently, Western Australia’s sharks have caused a bit of a raucous; there have been … Continue reading

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