This 33 minute film explores Sea Shepherd's involvement in the Galapagos Islands, and reveals how shark finning is a major threat to the shark population there. Sea Shepherd assisted local law enforcement in combating the poaching problem by creating a marine patrol program, spearheading public education, as well as assisting in the development of a wildlife contraband dog program.
An on-shore volunteer from Sea Shepherd Conservation Society will be on site to answer questions after the film and to provide further information on Sea Shepherd and how to protect the oceans. Though this film is not rated, it is intended for mature audiences.
P.O. Box 2616, Friday Harbor, WA 98250