Shark Task Force
Everything you wanted to know about sharks and ocean conservation.

A one of a kind evening in Las Vegas leads to a victory for sharks. Find out more in this edition of the Shark Task Force. Special thanks to Shark Savers, Wetpixel, Jim Abernethy's Scuba-Adventures, Shark Diving International, Blue Sphere Media, Wyland and Stan Waterman. For more on Shark Savers, check out SharkSavers.org. We'll see you next time, because - Why wait a whole year, for just one week on sharks?

Direct download: STF_LasVegas.m4v
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A recent death and several injuries in the Red Sea are being blamed on a type of shark - the Oceanic Whitetip. Officials believe the Oceanic Whitetip Sharks were attracted close to shore near Sharm El-Sheikh after a boat dumped dead cattle into the water. Some environmentalists say the sharks moved closer to shore, due to a lack of food. This time on the Shark Task Force, we take a closer look at this shark - and why it's always investigating its surroundings.

Direct download: STF_OceanicInfo.m4v
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George C. Schellenger, Executive Producer of the Shark Task Force, teams up with Guy Harvey, Wyland and Jim Abernethy for a one of a kind look at sharks -- Though the eyes of three marine artists racing against the clock. This is Your Ocean: Sharks - focuses on the Bahamas and Florida - and the critical need for conservation. Here's the trailer for the documentary. For more on sharks - or to watch a high res version of the trailer, join us at sharktaskforce.com .

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A recent report that a seafood company in the Bahamas is considering shark finning has sparked worldwide concern. The Bahamas is one of the last shark strong holds - bringing people from around the world to witness these creatures. But if Sunco Wholesale Seafood LTD starts shark finning - the very nature of the Bahamas will be changed forever. For more on sharks, check out the sharktaskforce.com. 

Direct download: STF_SaveBahamas.m4v
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Shark Task Force: Year in Review

The past 12 months have been a very busy time for the Shark Task Force. Here's a look back at the adventures we've had and the people we've met. There's so much more work to be done to protect sharks, and we're just getting started. Why wait a whole year, for just one week on sharks? For more on Sharks, check out SharkTaskForce.com.

Direct download: STF_YearinReview.m4v
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On the Shark Task Force, we witness amazing life underwater around the world. When we face the death of something so incredible, the impact is deep. For more on sharks, check out www.sharktaskforce.com.

Direct download: STF_SharkDeath.m4v
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Some people hype sharks - but at least one island in the Caribbean has turned sharks into a reason to celebrate. In this edition of the Shark Task Force, we head to the Mexican Caribbean and the island of Isla Mujeres to explore the world of the Whale Shark. Why wait a whole year, for just one week on sharks?

Direct download: STF_WhaleShark.m4v
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By now, you may know the story of Emma, a 14-foot Tiger Shark in the Bahamas. She's quickly becoming the most photographed large wild predatory shark in the world. But is it enough to save the species?  And, some ask, how much is too much? For more on sharks, check out sharktaskforce.com, because why wait a whole year, for just one week on sharks?

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This time on the Shark Task Force - we look back at the movie Jaws 35 years later - for better or worse? Steven Spielberg had a major impact on people in very different ways. We'll see you next time because, why wait a whole year, for just one week on sharks? Clips courtesy Universal.

 

Direct download: STF_Jaws35.m4v
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This time on the Shark Task Force, we head to the Pacific Ocean to swim with Giant Manta Rays. Are these incredible creatures the next target for Shark Fin Soup?  For more information on sharks and ocean conservation, check out SharkTaskForce.com.  We'll see you next time because - why wait a whole year, for just one week on sharks?

Direct download: STF_Mantas.m4v
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:06am EST