Saving Sharks, One Step at Time

Jessica Cramp. Picture courtesy National Geographic.

Jessica Cramp. Picture courtesy National Geographic.

Depredators have a bad fame on nature. Most of the times, for their essence, people and whole communities feel in danger. Even if they are not in front of any of those creatures on their lives, they feel the potential risk and the first instinct of any human is to eradicate any risk. When an extinction of any species is not good for the environment because the population of that species it is necessary for the right balance of the ecosystem.

On this video, by National Geographic, Jessica Cramp will explain you why is so important to balance the coral reefs and… A very curious type of pictures which you can take and to share on your social networks for to express your support with this initiative. Please, enjoy, and if for some strange reason you cannot watch the video directly, just click the link bellow.
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