Learn about sharks and ocean conservation from SharkTaskForce.com. With constant updates on shark research and ocean ecology, there's something for everyone. Travel to remote locations and see things few get to see in person. It's fun and informative. SharkTaskForce.com - why wait a whole year, for just one week on sharks?
Hawksbill Hero and the Parrotfish Reef
10:08This time on the Shark Task Force an interview with shark diver and scientist Louisa Sax... she's released a new children's book called Hawksbill Hero and the Parrotfish Reef. It's focused on the next generation to help them understand the importance of the ocean and the creatures in it. It's the first in a series of books and coloring books from Louisa... and she's passionate about the ocean.
Shark School with Jessica Harvey - Audio
26:37This time on the Shark Task Force - the audio version of Shark School with Jessica Harvey. It's a new documentary available on Amazon and Amazon Prime video. You'll journey around the world to meet a wide variety of sharks. Check it out... because why wait a whole year, for just one week on sharks?
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Shark Task Force: Stefanie Brendl - Shark Allies
41:23This time on the Shark Task Force - a special interview with the Executive Director of Shark Allies - Stefanie Brendl. She's on a campaign to end the trade of shark fins in Florida. In this extensive interview - find out why she's such a strong advocate for sharks - all over the world. Thanks for joining us for the Shark Task Force, because why wait a whole year... for just one week on sharks?
Special Edition: Mako Shark Evolutions
14:56A special edition to the show... the Guy Harvey Podcast... and Mako Sharks... This time on the show, you’ll go behind the scenes of the documentary Mako Shark Evolutions to meet the scientists working with Guy Harvey to study the Shortfin Mako Shark. In a 9-year project in the Atlantic Ocean, scientists discovered that 30% of their tagged mako sharks were ending up caught in commercial fishing operations. The podcast looks at what happened next, and why getting the documentary out to the general public is so important. Mako Shark Evolutions: A Guy Harvey Expedition is available on Amazon.com. Remember you can track sharks at GHRITracking.org.
Audio Edition: The End of the Line
9:57This time on the Shark Task Force, a special audio edition. Recently we caught up with Rupert Murray, director of the movie, The End of the Line. It's the first major documentary focusing on overfishing. The movie asks you to "imagine a world without fish." What are the dangers of overfishing? Could we be in trouble by the middle of this century? Is there anything we can do? Find out in this special edition. Thanks as always, and remember -why wait a whole year, for just one week on sharks?