'Wiped out before our eyes': Hawaii offers bold plan to stop shark killings

Environment The Guardian

Proposal law would protects any shark or ray in state waters and be first of its kind in US Sharks could soon become more numerous in Hawaii waters – and advocates say that’s a good thing. Lawmakers in Honolulu advanced a proposed ban on killing sharks in state waters on Wednesday, after receiving hundreds of calls and letters of support from around the country. The law, which would provide sweeping protection for any shark, rather than select species, could be the first of its kind in the United States. Continue reading... …

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