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Sharks are threatened with extinction. Here's why we need them - and 3 ways you can help

The main threat to sharks is unsustainable overfishing. Image: Unsplash/Jakob Owens

David Shiffman

Post-Doctoral and Research Scholar in Marine Biology, Arizona State University

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California’s Monterey Bay Aquarium publish sustainable seafood guides that rate different types of seafood based on how they are caught or raised. Image: Seafoodwatch/Instagram.

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