This video says about itself:
The waters off the coast of Costa Rica are home to many species of shark and Cocos Island is a world-famous destination for shark-diving. However, these sharks and others all over the world are at threat from the demand for shark fin soup. Researchers in Costa Rica have been threatened and attacked for investigating this trade and urgent protection is required for all sharks.
He scares cooks… and Costa Rican gangsters? Gordon Ramsay’s new documentary on shark fin trade: here.
Ban the Sale of Shark Fins in Guam! – The Petition Site: here.
Distaste widening for shark’s fin soup: here.
January 2011. Shark Savers (www.sharksavers.org), an international shark conservation organization, is pleased to congratulate the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) for protecting dwindling shark populations by banning the shark fin trade: here.
Costa Rica animal photos: here.
Calls to ban shark fin soup growing around the world: here.
Shark Fin Soup | A cultural war, environmental nightmare and multi-million dollar business: here.
Battle over shark fin soup heats up in California: here.