|Ja, das bin ich. Der mit dem Shark Tick...Das
hat natürlich auch einen Grund. Aber den werde ich nicht jedem erzählen.
Aber so viel sei gesagt. Sie sind einfach faszinierend! In ihnen steckt so viel Kraft und die Perfektion der Evolution.
Leider ist es noch immer ein Kavaliersdelikt einen Hai zu erlegen. Würde dieses perfekte Tier ein erzwungenes Lächeln wie ein Delfin tragen, würden nicht jedes Jahr mehr als 100 Milllionen Haie bei lebendigem Leib die Finnen abgeschnitten um in einer Suppe zu landen, die nach Huhn schmeckt.
that's me. A shark maniac... this has also a reason. But I won't tell everyone.
But this must be said. They are simply fascinating! Sharks include that much strength and the perfection of the evolution.
Unfortunately it is a harmless crime hunting a shark. If this animal would carry a perfect forced smile like a dolphin , no 100 millions of sharks would be cut of their fins for a soup, which tastes like chicken.
If the shark disappaer...... also human disappaer.
Only the large predators are able to control the food chains and wets, and keep their dynamic interaction. The strong demand of the shark populations showed already that the structure was sensitively disturbed in many places. In south Australia the large white shark was strongly hunted over decades; as effect its increased the living seals must be reduce now by humans regularly. The large seal colonies lead to a stronger demand of their goal booty, i.e. the next deeper stage beyond the measure is too less.
This effect pushes through by all levels to completely downward - excessive growth and at the same time excessive consumption lead finally to the collapse.
Only the intervention of humans and thus filling out the function of sharks led at least provisionally to the fact that worse damage in the ecological system could be avoided.
The rain forests of our earth play an important role regarding our world climate, which many humans do not know that up to 75% world oxygen is produced in the sea.
The Phytoplankton, which is a large part of the largest biomass of the earth, produces the important oxygen. Breaking down the food nets and to chain would lead to a reduction of the Phytoplankton. Therefore a reduction of the oxygen content would affect humans and all other organisms instructed on oxygen! ©Steffen K