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Well spotted! Rare ornate Eagle ray sighting released

Added to Updates on 09 January 2018

Scientists from the Philippine-based marine conservation organization LAMAVE have recently released video footage of their 2017 encounter with the rarely seen and endangered Ornate Eagle Ray (Aetomylaeus vespertilio).

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WWF updates public on shark conservation progress at DRT Expo 2017

Added to Updates on 18 December 2017

Attendees at the recent Dive and Resort Travel (DRT) Expo in Hong Kong learned about the WWF’s latest efforts to reduce demand for shark fins as well as the growing importance of ecotourism as a way to conserve sharks and rays.

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WWF Statement - Unacceptable rise in catch quota for bluefin tuna! WWF protests

Added to Updates on 21 November 2017

Lack of progress made to improve the fate of shortfin mako shark, blue shark and tropical tuna populations also cited in WWF reaction

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Shortfin mako and blue shark management improvements needed at ICCAT

Added to Updates on 13 November 2017

A summary overview of the WWF shark-focused position (link included) that encourages ICCAT (International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas) to finalize the adoption of important amendments to the Convention that will enable the Commission to manage all shark fisheries and adopt a precautionary approach and ecosystem-based management for its future decisions. The 25th Regular Meeting of ICAAT will be held 14-22 November 2017.

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WWF becomes a cooperating partner to the CMS Sharks MoU

Added to Updates on 24 October 2017

WWF today signed on to become Cooperating Partner to the Sharks Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) of the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS). The signing took place at the CMS Conference of the Parties meeting in Manila.

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