"It is that range of biodiversity that we must care for - the whole thing - rather than just one or two stars."
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Sunday, February 24, 2013
Endangered Sharks Return to Bahamas
The endangered Oceanic White-tip Shark, named for their unique white marks at the end of their tail, are currently returning to their seasonal home in the Bahamas. They are headed to a marine protected area to help the sharks. These sharks have very powerful jaws and muscles and can be dangerous to humans, but there are very little attacks on humans by these sharks. These sharks are one of the most endangered of all the sharks. We need to help these animals. Not just this shark, but all the animals that are in trouble.