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!


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 was awarding its young creator : Junior Open Water Diver Course completed with a Junior Complete Diving First Aid Course offered by PADI and DAN Europe.

For the winning banners

Israel and Monaco joined forces

Olivier Jude and Sylvie Laurent appointed by the Principality of Monaco to support the operation SILENCE OF THE SHARKS, they represented MONACO to participate in a symposium against the intensive hunting of the sharks, which took place in Eilat on Thursday, 19 in Sunday, October 22nd, 2017
On Saturday, October 21st, 2017, nearly hundred divers spread in Eilat on the Red Sea, forming an on-surface circle representing the Israeli association " Dive Ambassadors: Uniting for Sharks and Rays ". Dr. Sylvia Earle, known the "Lady Sharks", joined the participants to express her deepest support for this environmental cause. 
Sylvia and Olivier present 281 drawings, realized by the children schooled from Monaco in favor of the protection of the sharks. Silence of the Sharks organization insists on the fact that the children are also our best ambassadors to express in the opinion public whom the sharks are in danger. This way, the massive participation of the classes of the Principality of Monaco was remarkable. The awareness of the youngest allowed them to be rewarded by the delivery for each of them of a certificate for " Young Ambassador for the sharks ", signed by Mrs Sylvia Earle, biologist marinates and world-famous explorer, H.S.H Prince Albert II of Monaco, and Mr Yitzhak Halevi, Mayor of Eilat.