1. Goodbye Marina Del Rey

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    The Crew of the R/V Sea Watch - Shark Boat depart on a journey to Costa Rica

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    • Sun Na Anti-Shark Finning Campaign

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      Sun Na's life changed when she came across a finned hammerhead while diving on vacation. Since that encounter Sun Na has dedicated her time and energy to promote anti shark finning campaigns throughout China. She single handedly raised over twenty thousand dollars to help support educational programs focused on spreading awareness of shark conservation. Sun Na is an ocean warrior in the truest sense of the word. www.zero.ngo.cn Filmed & Edited by Amanda Cotton www.acottonphoto.com

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      • Reef Patrol (Blacktip Reef Sharks) filmed with GoPro Hero 3

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        200 million sharks are killed per year by people, 550 thousand per day. There are 500 different shark species on our planet, 100 of these species that we know about, are endangered. The other 400 species we don’t know about could well be endangered too. There are many reasons for shark killing: Shark fins, shark meat or cartilage, bycatch in the fishing industry, habitat damage, pollution or just as a trophy. Once the species have reaches extinction, there is no way of bringing them back to our oceans. They will be gone for ever. This is ironical, because sharks predate dinosaurs by 200 million years and people have nearly managed to ban them from earth in just a few decades. Experts assume that many shark species will die out within the next few years. But there is hope. Many countries have banned the shark fin trade. Also many airlines have banned shark fins and shark related products from their flights. But shark killing will go on, as long as there is a market for it. REEF PATROL - dedicated to the endangered sharks of our world Filmed, Produced & Edited by Vanessa Cara-Kerr http://www.cara-kerr.com http://www.reefpatrol.com ################################################################### The Film “Sharkwater” shows how sharks are hunted by people to their extinction Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m5fObF_CCYc#t=64 Webpage: http://www.sharkwater.com Help and preserve sharks on http://www.sharkproject.org

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        • 7 Year Old Takes the Stand to Ban Shark Fins for Fin Free

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          The power of youth! Now it's your turn change the tide for sharks. #finfree. Seven year old Luke takes the stand to testify for a Fin Free Toronto to ban the possession, sale and consumption of shark fin products in Toronto. Take the Fin Free Pledge and make your community Fin Free! -Teach your friends and family about sharks. -Sign and gather petitions from your community. -Go Fin Free™ and support the movement to ban shark fins worldwide. Go to www.fin-free.com and begin your journey to save sharks!

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          • FINconceivable

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            FINconceivable has moved! View at: http://lilywilliamsart.com/finconceivable/

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            • PangeaSeed Presents: The Art of Saving Sharks

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              PangeaSeed teams up with our sponsor The Arbor Collective to produce this short documentary – The Art of Saving Sharks. For three months on the road, 10 major cities, over 100 artists and 25 film makers, we documented “The Great West Coast Migration” touring art show and film festival to benefit sharks and oceans. This pioneering effort is a testament to the power of art and how it can be crafted to transcend cultural borders and boundaries to unite individuals for a common cause. At PangeaSeed we believe art and activism can spark positive change within individuals and their communities. No matter how large or small the effort, we are all morally responsible to take action and make better decisions for future generations and the natural world. For more information on how you can help save our seas, please visit PangeaSeed.org PangeaSeed is an international organization who collaborates with members of the art, science, and environmental activist communities. PangeaSeed is dedicated to raising public awareness and education surrounding the conservation and preservation of sharks and other marine species in peril. DIRECTOR: Joel Woodman CINEMATOGRAPHY: Joel Woodman & Sam Ebat EDITOR: Joel Woodman MUSIC: Sweet Tooth Nelson ADDITIONAL FOOTAGE PROVIDED BY: Aaron Glasson Austin Gallagher Tre’ Packard Spencer Keeton Cunningham Nick Martorano Akira Biondo Save Our Seas Greenpeace

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              • PangeaSeed Great West Coast Migrational Tour

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                The Arbor Collective has teamed up with PangeaSeed to help get the word out about what they’re doing to bring awareness to the plight of sharks and the consequences of the mass harvesting of shark fins. The collaboration's first effort is a short video documenting the organization's mission and the work they did on the "Great West Coast Migration" tour, a traveling art show supported by artists from around the world, including longtime Arbor Collective artist, Dave Kinsey. The show will be back on the road later this year traveling through Asia. To learn more about this amazing organization and the Great West Coast Migration please check out Pangeaseed.org. Vist ArborCollective.com for more.

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                • Elissa Sursara: The beauty of the shark

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                  Between 73 and 100 million sharks are fished from the sea every year to satisfy demands for shark fin soup and trophy hunting. The time for change is now. www.elissasursara.org/sharks Watch this video on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M4-p_8NaG54 Help save sharks: Tweet and share this video with your friends: "Watch @ElissaSursara's "The beauty of the shark" and take action for #sharks now! http://bit.ly/10SKGpy" Credits: Elissa Sursara - http://www.elissasursara.org/ Darek Sepiolo - http://www.dareksepiolo.com/ Sarosh Jacob - http://www.saroshjacob.com/ Makai Creative - http://facebook.com/MakaiCreative Johnathan Clay, BBC - http://www.meltingpenguin.com/ Stefan Avey, United Kingdom Various This video is intended for conservation and advocacy purposes. Please contact elissa@elissasursara.org for information.

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                  • The Migration of the Land Shark

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                    Filmed in San Francisco California, Portland Oregon, the road inbetween, and Sri Lanka. "The Migration of the Land Shark" is a movie made in correlation with the great west coast shark migration art tour that is happening right now. Its a brief look behind the scenes of the tour. More information can be found here: http://www.fecalface.com/SF/index.php/component/tag/pangeaseed featuring Remo Camerota, Paul, Aaron Glasson, Akira Biondo, Tre Packard, Kichari, Pangeaseed, Erlin Geffrard, Saddiq Abubakar, Meggs, Jason Doctor, Mike Freeman, Corey Hart, Brandon Mcdonough, Tim Oniel

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                    • Shark Saver Video

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                      from Wayne Hasson / Added

                      Why we don't eat Shark Fin Soup

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