The hunting of defenseless hibernating bears and wolf pups should not be permitted. The laws protecting these animals from these cruel acts were made for a reason, and removing these laws will result in unsportsmanlike conduct with hunting in Alaska.
A study by Barbara Block of Stanford University in 2010 estimated the world population of great white sharks to be lower than 3,500 individuals. This is due to bycatch. The white shark is not meant to be strangled in the nets.