"Overfishing of sharks is now recognized as a major global conservation concern, with increasing numbers of shark species added to the International Union for the Conservation of Nature's list of threatened species," they say in the latest issue of the international science journal PLos ONE."
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(1) Please take 3 minutes of your time to watch a video entitled "Save Sharks" by clicking on the following link:
(2) Now, please take another five minutes to watch this video.This is what is happening to sharks in our World on a daily basis! This behavior on the part of the human species cannot continue!: Please share this video with your friends and family! Only if you do this can we help save all the shark species from extinction!:
(3) Now please read the following webpage, where it is clearly shown how important sharks are to the survival of all life on our planet (including our species!!!): http://withoutmethereisnou.wordpress.com/2010/12/28/why-sharks-are-so-important-to-our-ecosystem/
(4) Now make a difference to sharks by visiting the following website. This website will give you a chance to act and save the Planet's sharks, by sharing key information about sharks with your friends.
You can help save Sharks by visiting http://www.sharkalliance.org//ecards.asp?level3id=49&level2id=49&nextlevel=49&rootid=20 via email. Please email as many friends and family members as you can by using the form (which allows you to send the educational e-cards to many of your friends at once by entering their emails in the designated place). Thank you for watching these videos and for sharing these e-cards with your friends! Please ask your friends to email their friends with these e-mail cards! In doing so you will start a wonderful chain or activity, which will help the Sharks species of this planet survive, by educating your friends and family about what sharks are having to go through in our World! Thank you on behalf of the Sharks of this Planet!