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Ocean Conservation

There are many great mysteries in life. For example, where do all those odd socks go? Does intelligent alien life exist? And what on earth is at the bottom of the ocean? Shockingly, over
Speciesism [spee-shee-ziz-uhm] is defined as ‘the practice of treating members of one species as morally more important than members of other species’ (Britannica, 2013). In part one of this series, we explored speciesism in
We kill an estimated 70-100 million sharks every year. Despite increased awareness and continued activism, this number increases everyday. The shark fin industry continues to expand. Just last  May, 2020, 26 tons of shark
Speciesism [spee-shee-ziz-uhm]: ‘the practice of treating members of one species as morally more important than members of other species’ (Britannica, 2013). Ultimately, speciesism can manifest in the preferential treatment of some species and the
Fishes and other nonhuman animals are often highlighted in various phrases and sayings we humans like to use in English and other languages, such as “the cat’s meow.” One saying that involves marine animals

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