TV presenter James Glancy waxes lyrical about oceanic whitetips
Oceanic whitetips are protected through international agreements, such as CITES, and some national legislation. However, compliance and regulation are challenging, as oceanic whitetips often range across the high seas, beyond national boundaries. Given current declines, we urgently need more data to better protect the species.
David Curnick is a research fellow at the Zoological Society of London’s Institute of Zoology, investigating the behaviour patterns of sharks and tuna.