Welcome to Save our Fins!
You are about to enter the mysterious and fascinating world of sharks. 450 million years of adapting and thriving along with the unpredictable changes of young earth has made these animals an evolutionary
perfection of today.
Chondrichthyes or cartilaginous fishes are made up entirely of cartilage except for their jaw. Sharks, and rays and skates belong to a sub-class of Chondrichthyes known as Elasmobranchii. Commonly hunted for food or recreational, sharks today are facing a population catastrophe of global proportion.
Over 70 million of sharks are killed every year for their fins. Several species has lost over half of their number and will continue to wipe out if we do not take a stand to protect these evolutionary marvels. Save Our Fins is here to honor these apex predators swimming not only in the Malaysian waters but also sharks worldwide that contribute to the diversity of the ocean. We should not be the cause of their
disappearance; there is no reason for them to go now.
Their time is not up and we will tell you why!
Table of Contents
Learn more about these majestic creatures and find out what we can do to save them from extinction.
Begin here with the apex predators of the sea as they bring you on a journey into their world!
The truth about finning, a cause of death you wouldn’t believe.
How can the biggest fish in the world survive in the great ocean?
Learn about its internal organ and how it functions to keep life in the ocean going!
Jaws and Fins
A display of the different shapes and sizes of jaws and fins from several shark species.
Seeking the extinct
Megalodons are predecessors of the Great White. Its extinction should act as a reminder that extinction is certain.
Sign For My Survival
Sign a petition and make a pledge to refuse shark related products! Your voice counts!