The Shark Stanley project, a collaboration between two graduate students at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, the Pew Environment Group, Shark Savers, and Shark Defenders, has been featured in an article on the National Geographic’s NewsWatch. The campaign aim to use images of Stanley from around the globe to create a collage that will be sent to each delegate for the forthcoming Bangkok CITES meeting. The aim is to gather 5,000 photos, with representation from all 177 voting countries. Currently, the campaign has been able to collect 1,500 photos from 85 countries.
To support the campaign, please click here to download Stanley. Cut it out, and take a photo with him. Please upload the picture, along with your name and where you’re from, to Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and/or Instagram tagged with @SharkDefenders, #SharkStanley, and the country where you live i.e. #USA, #Fiji, #Brazil, etc.