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SILENCE OF THE SHARKS - December 2015

Did you know? Sharks don't feed on humans. Humans feed on sharks. The official SILENCE OF THE SHARKS video invites you to watch, share and join the campaign to save lives and make a difference!

THE VOICE OF CHILDREN 

Children of the world are joining this fascinating and important journey of saving the sharks by drawing the protest banners held underwater during the dive. For this purpose, a competition is held online, inviting all children in all countries and all ages to create their own protest banner and to share it on a dedicated platform established on the SILENCE OF THE SHARKS website. The winning banners will be printed on waterproof ads and will be carried underwater by the protesting divers. 

  The best drawing of them all will be awarding its young creator and one of his parents with an invitation (flights and accommodation) to participate in the event Sponsor by DAN Europe. 


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Eilat, Israel October 19-22, 2017

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International Shark Congress, planned for October, 2017,
has been postponed
The largest underwater protest dive ever planned, which was planned to include over 500 protest divers and to take place during the international shark congress in Eilat, Israel, on October, 2017 – has been held off and will be rescheduled to later date. The reason: a heap of cancellations by congress guests planned to arrive from abroad due to the deteriorating security situation in Israel.
Sharks have existed on this planet for over 450 million years, they both pre date and have out lived the dinosaurs. As a species, they have survived 5 major extinction events that have wiped almost all life off the earth. Yet in the past 100 years their global populations have shrunk to a point where their very survival is tenuous and extinction is a strong possibility. How did these miracles of evolution and survival in the most extreme of circumstances become so threatened .... By Adam Hanlon
Australia is a country seemingly full of all sorts of dangerous creatures, both on land and below the surface, but few inspire the tremendous fear and loathing in our great brown land down under that the Great White Shark does.
Referred to locally as White Pointers, that intense reaction has developed because when a Great White does attack a swimmer, surfer, spear-fisher or a diver ...... By Don Silcock