The Rufous-necked Hornbill (Aceros nipalensis) population has declined significantly due to habitat loss and hunting. It is estimated that are fewer than 10,000 adults remaining in northeastern India, southern China, Burma, Laos and Thailand.
I think the problem is that we don’t really understand what we are. In essence we’re just a conceited, naked ape. But in our minds we’re some sort of “divine legend”, and we see ourselves as some sort of god. That we can walk around the earth deciding who will live and who will die and what will be destroyed and what will be saved. But the fact is we’re just a bunch of primates out of control.- Captain Paul Watson
Please, please, please watch this documentary. It may be confronting but it needs to be addressed.Sharks are needed for the earth to survive and humans have decimated their population by approx. 90% in 30 years. Shark finning is a horrendous, million dollar industry corrupting governments and killing 11 417 thousand sharks an hour and 100 million a year. Awareness needs to be raised and something needs to be done. Here is where you can donate and pledge to support x