Adults Unisex Khaki Save Sharks T-Shirt Shark Finning Wildlife Conservation Top
Here we have the Adults Khaki Save Sharks T-shirt Perfect for Sustainable Fishermen & Women, Aquatic Wildlife Conservationists and anyone who has a love for the sea such as surfers & Divers Etc. Shark Finn soup has become a more and more popular dish in some parts of the world where idiots belive this is an ideal way to show off their wealth, the Almost Tasteless Shark finn soup requires only the Finns, no other part of the shark is used, they are simply finned alive and dropped back into the Deep to sink to the bottom and to be crushed by the enormous pressure of the ocean. Not Only this but sharks cannot breath unless they are moving so the whole way down to the bottom they are drowning. Of the three sharks easily named by the public, Great White (89%), Hammerhead (80%) and Tiger (67%), each have seen populations plummet by as much as 90% in some parts of the world in the past 50 years. ONLY WE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS! Help Spread the Message and save sharks before they are all gone, With no sharks in the Ocean there will be no Apex Preditor and the Balance will be lost in the sea! Available in: Small / Medium / Large / X-Large / XX-Large. Made from 100% Cotton.
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