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Sharks are incredibly important animals for many reasons. They maintain ecosystems, help to keep the carbon cycle running, and may even aid in curing human diseases.

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43 thoughts on “Why Sharks Are Important | ความรู้ในการดูแลสุขภาพ”

  1. Its sad when people hunt for sharks they cut off their fins when the are alive and through them back into the ocean leaving them to sink and die, humans are cruel and disgusting, shark hunting needs to be stopped!

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  2. "Not only does the predation pressure of large sharks help weed out the sick or unfit members of their prey population, helping to improve the gene pool and keep the overall population in good shape…"

    Since homo sapiens has no predator, weeding out he sick and unfit, what does that mean for the health of our gene pool?

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  3. I unsubscribed. Why? The host talks too fast with no pauses for me to drink in the information he is telling us about. It makes me sad to unsubscribe. I wish he could slow down. Information needs to be digested and thought about.

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  4. Sharks have been here longer than trees yet we murder 100 million of them a year, yet make a big deal when one person gets bitten by one. The real question is, are humans important?

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  5. You know I don't think any of us really do know what happens if we kill all the sharks. wouldn't another predatory species pop up to replace the sharks? I'm not saying kill all the sharks I'm just saying kill all the sharks in a local area and see what happens. Maybe it'll be bad maybe it'll be good, but if it's a tiny little area eventually it'll recover.

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  6. as one of my favorite marine life Youtubers, Johnathan Bird said, "Sharks are friends, not food!"

    Ugh, being a Hong Konger/ Chinese have fake shark fin soup fortunately enough to replace the real ones, despite having eaten both before, and now trying my best to be vegan to save species like this one at here ._.

    Not sure if it will work, it's worth trying to undo the damage we have down on the environment.

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  7. It makes me so sad that I grew up hearing horror stories about sharks and only started loving them a couple years ago. Now sharks are some of my favorite animals in the world and I would love to work with them to help fight their extinction. They are truly beatiful creatures.

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  8. I kept seeing youtube videos that still portrays sharks as monsters and it's making me sad

    And the comments are about killing sharks and makes me sad and a bit depressed

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  9. Normally I like these videos but there is a lot of sketchy and speculative science in this one. Lots of "may" and "might." Significant carbon sequestration because of sharks? Give me a break, it's completely insignificant compared to that of terrestrial flora. That having been said, sharks are wonderful creatures and are an important part of their food web, without a doubt.

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  10. I genuinely hate people that are afraid of animals and just refuse to have their mind changed. Like they know that it literally can't hurt you but you'd rather be afraid for some fucking stupid reason.

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  11. So basically, killing the sick, weak, and just too abundant organisms can be good. More than good, essential for the maintenance of the system. But some people still think this doesn't apply to them. Hmm.

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  12. Awesome Video Ben. To all, FedEx is the only major carrier to refuse to stop shipping shark fins internationally. Please do your part to avoid using them for your parcels. Protesting and yelling at them will not do any good since they are under the soros grip. The only way to stop it is to spread awareness, avoid using them and if possible present to companies the cold hard facts of shark finning and let them know about fedex and then the company will make their own decision to stop using fedex. The key is to get them to think about it. Because most of them have absolutely no clue about any of this.

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  13. Yes yes, shark ecotourism is good. but don't feed the sharks in the name of showing your tourists some sharks up close. One day you won't have fish in your hand and the shark will still some in for the bite. Just observer them from a distance and do not approach.

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  14. We have the right to annihilate sharks. It's derived from our unrivaled power to do whatever we want to any lifeforms that's within our reach.
    The question is, do we have a good reason to do it? No. We don't.
    Unlike with disease vectors, sharks are useful and pretty to look at. That pretty much settles it.

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