On August 31, 2013, Diana Nyad jumped into the shark-friendly waters of Cuba and swam 110-odd miles—without the protection of a shark cage—to Key West, Florida, 53 hours later. Why would anyone stare down the ocean and risk death to face up its indomitable conditions? Who knows.
Watch Motherboard’s new documentary about the jellyfish-beating science behind Diana Nyad’s 53-hour swim from Cuba to Florida.
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Shark fin demand has gone down so much in China, is it because people now understand how the industry works?
Chan: Yes! In the old days, nobody said where the sharks came from, where their fins came from. I think human beings, everybody has a good heart. When they see what’s happening, they stop eating, they stop buying.
We need education, day by day and month by month, to teach them. If we can use celebrities and famous people at the same time, we can correct and right things more quickly.