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I’ll never forget the day back in 2013 when I arrived in Fiji to take up my position with WWF’s shark conservation program. In a previous life, which now seems like a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, I worked as a commercial diver where my days (and many nights) consisted of spending most of my time underwater performing such glamorous tasks as mapping sea beds, welding piers, scraping ship hulls clean and other forms of general underwater maintenance.Continue Reading
WWF-Malaysia, together with partners Association of Wedding Professionals Malaysia (AWP) and Shark Savers Malaysia (SSMY), announced their consumer engagement on shark-fin consumption reduction through the “Wedding without Fins Project.” The objective of this project is to encourage the wedding industry to be stewards and inspire wedding couples to go fin-free at their wedding ceremonies.Continue Reading
A giant 15-feet long female large-tooth sawfish, a species whose fishing is banned under Sindh government notification, was caught by fisherman on Saturday, 26 May along Sindh coast. A shrimp trawler caught the dead but large sawfish - locally known as liara, in its net.See WWF Pakistan press release