By Hannah Fizell

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Over the last decade I have spent hundreds of hours studying the science and conservation of sharks and the ecosystems they inhabit. I have come to a full understanding that the ocean is not only the life support system of the sharks I have compassion for, but it’s the lifeblood of the human race, too. Yet here we are tanking its health with all manner of our consuming compulsions.

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