Sharklife Conservation Group

Maintaining the Balance:The role of the “apex” or top predator in an ecosystem can not be underestimated. The depletion or removal of sharks is likely to destabilise marine ecosystems and effect prey species in ways that cannot currently be predicted … (full text Ecological Importance).

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Shark courses; Dive Map; Master Divers; Events; Projects;Join;Links;Address: Sharklife Conservation Group, Suite 212, Design Quarter – Business Centre, Nicol Grove Office Park, Leslie Road, Fourways, Johannesburg, 2055 South Africa;
Sharklife, Postnet Suite 1, Private Bag X75, Bryanston, Fourways, 2055 South Africa;
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Who we are: As a registered non-profit organisation, Sharklife addresses the alarming exploitation of both shark populations and ocean fisheries in South African waters. We actively engage the urgent need for research and protection of many marine species. 

  • Company Registration No. 2005/002273/08
  • Non- Profit Organisation No. 064-326-NPO

SHARKLIFE Objective:

  • Through scientific research, education and awareness bring about positive change in the current destructive trends of ocean exploitation.

SHARKLIFE Current Aims:

  • 1.To develop a compassionate desire to conserve sharks by altering public misconceptions about sharks and replacing the “Jaws” syndrome with positive understanding and respect.
  • 2.Reduce anthropogenic threats to over exploited marine species by increasing awareness and encouraging sustainable seafood choices.
  • 3.Increase marine tourism and transform shark populations into a sustainable living resource by developing educational ocean experiences for all South African’s

SHARKLIFE Board of Directors: … (full text).

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