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Shark Conservation in Fiji: Interviews

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Fiji Shark Conservation Interview

Interview with Lead Scientist, Diego Cardenosa, on the Fiji Conservation Project. He tells us how he came to work for Projects Abroad, as well as his experiences on the conservation project.

An interview with Ian Campbell suggests that the combined force of Projects Abroad and the WWF is good news for sharks

Ian Campbell believes that collaboration between Projects Abroad and the WWF will have positive results for shark conservation.

Sharks Attacked: The Conservation Crisis

In the past calendar year, approximately 100 million sharks have been killed by humans. The collapse of shark numbers is of huge concern to conservationists. We interview shark expert Ingrid Sprake to find out more about these misunderstood animals, why you should help protect them and the simple steps that we can all take whilst on our travels to boost their chances of survival.

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