Without sharks in our oceans, the build-up of phytoplankton will decrease, and our air and water will stagnate slowly chocking us all and speeding up global warming. We need our sharks!
MEMBER OF THE MONTH! - JULY 2008 - SHOSHANA S For participating in signing and posting of Petitions and caring about the environment and supporting this and multiple causes. Great to have you in this group! Thanks Shoshana! Keep up the great work!
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