This kind of interaction happens more often than you might imagine. Although this shark is clearly a very, very big one! This is just one instance to remind us of the wonder of the sea. We don’t do nearly enough to protect the ocean environment.
The consumer is mostly unaware of the fishing methods they support with their purchasing power. Mass-caught fishing is an example and it has wider repercussions than the obvious ones. It impacts biodiversity. It has a flow-on effect to other species.
Overfishing also contributes to the effects of Climate Change.
Mother Nature continues to scream at us…When are politicians and industry leaders going to listen?
You can help. Every time you spend money, you’re casting a vote.
If your fish was mass-caught, it’s not ethical or sustainable.
Please be a #consciousconsumer
We can do this
(📷 SOURCE: @lindasandsund)
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