It is only with your continued support that we can be effective in our mission to protect sharks.
SOS supporters come from all corners of the globe with one thing in common, a desire to protect sharks because we understand the important role that these amazing apex predators play in our oceans and the potentially devastating impacts caused by removing them.
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SOS is working closely with TAASFA, which was formed in Australia in 2011 with the sole purpose of bringing shark finning in Australia to an end.
AOCA is well known for its unique campaign work, exciting research projects and education and awareness initiatives, and its role in being prepared to speak out for those who cannot.
A French language shark conservation website.
Information about sharks and collections of worldwide links for shark organisations
A UK based group, founded in 2012, raising awareness for the need to protect sharks globally.
Shark-References is an online database that contains scientific bibliography on recent and fossil sharks, skates, rays and chimaeras (cartilaginous fishes, Chondrichthyes).
Website of Shark biologist Lauren Smith. Sharkiologist definition: a person whose career is dedicated to the study, protection and promotion of sharks.
Find out more about shark finning and how you can help to end it.
The White Shark Conservation Trust was established to promote awareness of the need to conserve and protect the white shark.