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Published on Apr 2, 2009
There is an evolution taking place: shark diving is becoming shark ecotourism and with that a greater sense of responsibility to shark conservation. While still an exciting adventure for the participants, shark ecotourism is also an important opportunity for people to see and appreciate these animals in their natural environment and learn more about how we can protect them. At Isla Guadalupe, shark ecotourism provides researchers with a convenient platform by which to conduct tagging and other studies of great white sharks. And the boats act as watch guards, keeping an eye out for any illegal fishing activity.