Paul Hilton has watched countless sharks have the fins sliced from their bodies, some of them still alive and left to suffer an excruciating death.
The thought almost brings him to tears.
The conservation photojournalist is on board the Rainbow Warrior on its Pacific tour to document the out of control tuna fishing industry, that is not only leading to a scary decline in tuna stocks, but contributes to hundreds of thousands of sharks being killed for their fins every year.
Paul has dedicated the last decade of his life to investigating and exposing this cruel industry in an effort to give the apex predators one more shot.
But with some shark species down by as much as 90%, time is running out.
“Sharks basically regulate the world’s oceans,” says Paul. “If they die, we’re in big trouble... Read more >