|Writers||Jeff Litton (co-writer)
|Country||USA, Mexico, Ecuador, Trinidad and Tobago, Panama, Hong Kong, Costa Rica, Brazil|
|Plot||Sharks worldwide are facing a mass extinction within 3 decades due to a yearly harvest estimated at 250 million sharks. Many species are plummeting, like the iconic hammerhead shark which is now listed as an endangered animal. Furthermore, sharks generate hundreds of millions of dollars for people, and play a vital role in many ocean ecosystems. A new day is occurring in the protection of sharks worldwide. Countries like Honduras are recognizing the value of sharks, and creating marine reserves. Other countries are pioneering strategies for effectively prosecuting shark crimes by creating partnerships between government authorities and non-for-profit organizations. Judicial authorities around Latin America are sending a clear message: we will not tolerate the illegal fishing of sharks.... search for Fiscales y Protección de Tiburones on IMDb|
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