Sharks have been part of people’s lives in several ways. It does not matter if you ever saw one, lived near their natural habitat or wear it as a charm or earrings humans’ curiosity toward these sea wolves never stopped growing with time.
Even nowadays, sharks make the news either when involved in shark attacks, as victims of fishermen and their finning, illegal fishing or over fishing practices. Sometimes, we hear about a group fighting for the rights of sharks, their protection and against culling. Other times, you will hear about a new shark deterrent, shark training and more. It seems that even if we have learned a lot about these sea creatures through the years, there is still so much that we don’t know about them.
What types of things are related to sharks? Well…where do I begin? You want to be entertained by something that gives you goose bumps and raise your adrenaline level? Depending on your budget, there is something for you. You can choose shark movies such as “Jaws” and “Deep Blue Sea”, enjoy one of the shark tours, view documentaries on shark attacks or experience some shark cage diving.
If you are more health oriented, I would encourage you to learn more information about the benefits of the shark liver oil or shark cartilage pills. Are you hungry for something different during your trip in Asia? You can always get a taste if the Orient by ordering a bowl of shark fin soup.
If you wish to learn more information about the laws in place for protected shark species by Australia, South Africa and the United States of America, I would suggest that you either browse the newspapers or the Internet for news about sharks.
My name is Sylvie Leochko. What kind of activities or other shark related topics can you find? Well, the gourmet can enjoy some shark fin soup, the movie buff can view some shark movies, the environmentalist can go on shark tours, etc. If you are interested in finding out more things related to sharks, I invite you to visit the following site: http://sharks.findoutnow.org/related-to-sharks.html . Just let your eyes do the reading and your brain the learning!