Help Win a Shark Sanctuary in Brazil
Some 200 miles off the Northeastern Brazilian coast lies the Fernando de Noronha archipelago. An area rich with sea turtles and spinner dolphins, the archipelago is home to a number of species of sharks including lemon sharks, nurse sharks, Caribbean reef sharks, hammerheads, and tiger sharks.
Unfortunately, Fernando de Noronha is the last remaining spot in Brazil where you can regularly dive with sharks since all other dive sites having been fished out of sharks.
We need your help to win a formal sanctuary in Fernando de Noronha to protect sharks and rays.
Please fill in your name and address and send an email to government officials today.
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