According to a WWF report, every year 100 million sharks are killed for their fins and meat. The sharks that are killed as a sport are not even counted. Stupid enough, we don’t realize enough what kind of imbalance killing such animals brings with it.
How is it possible that we, as humans, sail out to the sea, and then treat the animals that live in the sea so badly? Those sharks come to look at those human beings above the water. And without pardon, they are immediately shot down. Sharks are still waiting for a better world. But they don’t come across gentle men and gentle women. What are we actually doing?
It’s actually too crazy for words. We destroy nature, kill groups of animals and then we are surprised that we have to bear the consequences. It’s about time we start thinking well. Everyone can make his or her contribution. To start with, politics need to intervene. If they know that we fish too much and that these animals are not reproducing fast enough, there must be a clear ban. Our grandchildren will experience the dangers and curse when they think of the generation that could have prevented it but did not want to.