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

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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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