No social relationships have been defined.
No co-occurrences have been recorded.
Biological Samples & Encounter(s) (not all may be currently visible)
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Meet the Adopters
|Why are research and conservation for this species important?|
|"Can not be difficult to understand how important the sharks are to keep the sea environment well and healthy once they are the top of the food chain which means fundamental. Come on people, they are such wonderful creatures such as the lions are in the jungle and nobody considers them as monsters. We are human-beings which means we are intelligent enough to change our mind and protect our planet while still have time."|
Affiliation: Wild Me
Research Project: Wildbook
Web Site: http://www.wildme.org
"Jason is a founder of Wildbook for Whale Sharks and its Information Architect."
Web Site: http://www.whaleshark.org.au
"Brad leads ECOCEAN Inc. and is a co-Founder of the Whale Shark Photo-identification Library."