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Why we need sharks: the true nature of the ocean's 'monstrous villains'

9 mins | Jul 9, 2020
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Why did dolphins get Flipper while sharks got Jaws? For Helen Scales, sharks are majestic, diverse animals that bring balance to the ocean ecosystem. Also, they’re in grave danger. "Sharks matter to humanity. Much is lost when they vanish from the seas." In this piece for the Guardian, she explains why.
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