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Divers Just Got Breathtakingly Close to the Largest Known Great White Shark

Published On 01/18/2019 Published On 01/18/2019
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When we have such unique and memorable interactions like these, we’re even more greatly reminded of the importance of protecting sharks. We’re currently working on a legislative bill that, if passed, could prohibit the purposeful killing of sharks and rays in Hawaiian waters. With the view of sharks shifting away from the unrealistic and exaggerated “mindless monsters” portrayal & more towards a beautiful and respectful realization, sharks will have a better chance of being conserved and saved from the countless threats that face them. When the time comes, we’ll need your support with this bill! So we’ll keep you updated 💙🦈🙏🏽 Mahalo to everyone speaking up for sharks all around the world. #savesharks #savetheocean #savetheplanet Photo by @juansharks of @oceanramsey @oneoceandiving #shark #sharks #greatwhite #swimwithsharks #oneoceandiving #ocean #oceanconservation #bethechange #makeadifference #planetearth

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