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Journalism & Communication
Pages 4 (1004 words)
Student's Name: Professor's Name: Course Name and Number: 13 January 2013 (estimated word count = 1,423) Using Sharks' Fins in Making Delicacy Soup Introduction The debate on preserving or conserving environmental resources includes all living things, whether terrestrial animals or marine organisms.
Those on the preservation side always suspect those who advocate conservation with ulterior motives and then no matter how careful Man is, accidents do happen with unimaginable and often massive environmental disasters, like the Exxon Valdez incident in Alaska. I am a late environmentalist, meaning I got concerned with environmental issues just only a bit recently. Although there are many environmental issues that should properly be the concern of everyone on this planet, it is best to focus one's attention, energies, and efforts on a single environmental topic for better results. In this regard, I consider animal protection as the better way to express my environmentalism tendencies, because animals have feelings too, in the sense they can feel pain, just like humans or any other living creature, and yet no one has seemed to take up the cudgels in their defense. Animal rights advocates have been sounding a call to prevent unwanted slaughter of seals, the illegal trade in elephant ivory tusks, the use of tiger parts for aphrodisiacs, mining bile from bears, eating dog meat or any other forms of the most unusual animal cruelty. This paper is a manifesto on the killing of sharks for their fins. ...
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