Esther Jacobs interviews Dr Enrico Gennari about White Shark Conservation (Watch Video)


Dr Enrico Gennari has been studying sharks for over 15 years. Researcher by aspiration and educator for passion, he has specialised in the eco-physiology of the white shark but his interests are currently focusing on animal movement ecology and the mitigation of human/shark conflict. Scubaverse contributor Esther Jacobs recently video interviewed Enrico about white shark conservation:

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Esther Jacobs

Esther Jacobs

Esther Jacobs is a shark conservationist, originally from Scotland, now living in South Africa working with sharks and other marine life. Esther works with Oceans Research, a marine research facility in Mossel Bay, South Africa. She also runs a shark conservation campaign called Keep Fin Alive, which features a handpuppet shark called Fin, who is on a mission to be photographed with as many people as possible holding a sign that says “I hugged a shark and I liked it… Keep Fin Alive”. He’s already been photographed with lots of celebrities and scientists. The ultimate goal of the campaign is to take a light-hearted approach to help change the common misconception of sharks and drive more attention to the problems of shark overfishing, finning, shark fishing tournaments, bycatch and longlining.

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