Save our sharks, Curaçao


This 21 October 2015 video, recorded in Blijdorp zoo in Rotterdam in the Netherlands, shows shark researcher Ms Georgina Wiersma. She told about the ‘Save our sharks’ project of the Dutch Caribbean Nature Alliance. It is about conservation for the sharks swimming around the Caribbean islands Aruba, Curaçao, Bonaire, Saba, St. Eustatius and St. Maarten.

Save our sharks, Curaçao

This photo shows Tadzio Bervoets, Irene Kingma and Frensel Mercelina of Save our sharks in Curaçao. They were interviewed this morning on Dutch Vroege Vogels radio.

They aim at better protection for fish species swimming around Curaçao; like Caribbean reef sharks, lemon sharks and eagle rays.

This video is called Jonathan Bird examines one of the world’s most photographed–yet least studied–sharks, the Caribbean Reef shark.

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