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Today on Your Call: Should we learn to love sharks?
On today’s Your Call, we will have a conversation about the rapid depletion of one of the world’s top predators. According to a new study, the world’s shark population is experiencing significant decline with seventy three million or more sharks being lost every year. What can we do to help reverse the decline of shark populations? How is our fate tied to theirs? Join the conversation and call in with your questions on the next Your Call, with Rose Aguilar, and you
Skyler Thomas, president, founder and videographer at White Shark Video
David McGuire, founder of the Ocean Health and Shark Conservation nonprofit Sea Stewards
Skyler Thomas: White Shark Video
David McGuire: Sea Stewards
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