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WWF Explains: An UnFINished Business - Shark Trade in SG - Shared screen with speaker view
Bani Bains
39:34
I'm not poking a shark in the eyeballs OMG!
Lynda Ali
40:35
LOL
M. Bagas Pratama
40:50
Better hug shark plushies tho
M. Bagas Pratama
41:00
Better hug shark plushies tho
Josh Pinder
41:04
Great advice...have a lie in, then swim...and go for sundowners not swim ;o)
Josh Pinder
42:15
What is the most common shark in Singapore's waters?
Austin Png
42:46
megalodon lived long after the dinosaurs went extinct. from 23 to 3.6 million years
Seng Gee Lee
43:22
reminds me of deep blue sea movie
Matthew Chan
43:49
orca
Ning Xuan
43:53
The Jaws movie
Kate Burton
47:26
So disappointing that some people on here still eat shark meat,
Fadia Abbar
48:35
have you consumed shark fin Heiqal?
Elisa
48:36
Remember to put your questions in the Q&A!
Kathleen Loke
49:15
Shark meat is often sold as “flake” and usually used in fish and chips because it is cheap. It’s battered and fried, you wouldn’t know the difference
Kaustubh Srikanth
49:28
Request everyone to put questions on Q & A! Please do not put facts in Q and A!
Huijie Goh
51:45
Hi All! What would you say to people who says, "then let's just eat the shark meat too! that's better than just killing them for fin, right?"
Elisa
52:34
Hi huijie, please put your question into Q&A!
Xinlu Liu
52:44
agree that sometimes we consume shark products unknowingly. I really liked the fish soup noodle from Yu Tang. but later I found out in their Facebook page where they advertised their secret to keep the soup tasty is to use shark bones. I was quite upset to consume shark product unknowingly and since refused to eat there.
Huijie Goh
52:46
Haha! sure!
Josh Pinder
53:18
You mentioned "fake" shark meat...how does this impact the conservation work to protect sharks - does it create a market for real shark meat, or help reduce the demand?
Elisa
53:45
Hi josh, do put your question into Q&A so it doesn’t get lost!
Josh Pinder
54:50
Thanks you Elisa..have done so ;o)
Huijie Goh
57:38
sigh .. "high value" item again. bottom line :((
Sibal Eldred
57:51
Is shark’s fin legit or illegal in Singapore?
Mariette Ong
58:18
What’s your take about “farmed sharks”?
Xinlu Liu
58:43
question: it was mentioned that the bigger sharks are the top predators in the ecosystem that are essential in keeping the ecosystem in balance. does that mean the bigger sharks should be the priority species for conservation? what should be our stance around the medium sized and smaller species? Should we in a sense condone the harvest of smaller sharks (as long as they are not endangered) to save the bigger shark species?
Elisa
59:01
Hi all, reminder: please put your questions into the Q&A. Our panelists will answer your questions by looking at the Q&A!
Elisa
59:51
If you have any comments or want to chat with other attendees, remember to click To: Panelists and Attendees
romy weytens
01:02:07
Naomi, How did you passion crystallise around sharks specially
romy weytens
01:02:14
*your
Huijie Goh
01:07:29
Oh my! It didn't occur to me that I might be consuming shark meat!
Shirlene Chiam
01:07:45
Good evening! What species of sharks are usually caught as bycatch in fisheries? Are there practices in these fisheries in an attempt to lower non targeted catch?
S Mohan
01:10:33
Sorry folks , have to leave. Very good discussion. Thanks.
Ning Xuan
01:12:16
eat clams and mussels more. they are better than other seafood. if people really wanna eat seafood. :)
Elisa
01:22:04
If you want to know more stories about our work on protecting sharks, they are featured in our blog here: https://blog.wwf.sg/shark-fin/2019/02/shark-fish-fin-chinese-new-year-restaurants/
Elisa
01:22:52
Find out more about our partnership with MBS here: https://www.wwf.sg/business/marina_bay_sands/
Fadia Abbar
01:25:28
I really have to go, but thank you so much for this lovely webinar!
Elisa
01:25:36
Don’t miss out! Check out Charlotte’s healthy recipes using sustainable seafood ingredients here: http://bit.ly/recipe-sustainableseafood
Aqeela Samat
01:29:41
https://www.iucnredlist.org/
Aqeela Samat
01:29:47
https://www.iucnredlist.org/
Celeslyn Toh
01:30:09
Thank you Aqeela!
Elisa
01:31:04
Have you downloaded the Sharks Toolkit already? If not, you can get the e-version here: http://bit.ly/convo-guide-sharks
Josh Pinder
01:36:45
WOW..magnets...how simple, yet so effective
Josh Pinder
01:38:57
So cute
Elisa
01:40:31
More on Shark & Ray Trade in SG here: https://sharks.panda.org/images/downloads/261/TRAFFIC-sg-sharkray-trade.pdf
Josh Pinder
01:43:36
Thanks you all...so very interesting
Yen Lin Toh
01:43:45
thank you everyone. yes learnt so much
Huijie Goh
01:43:52
So it boils down to finding the balance. Consume everything (all materials) consciously and in moderation! 🙏🏻🙏🏻
Elisa
01:43:55
Have you downloaded the Sharks Toolkit already? If not, you can get the e-version here: http://bit.ly/convo-guide-sharks
Matthew Chan
01:45:48
bye
Yu Zhen Toh
01:45:49
that's really a lot of precious takeaways from this webinar. esp the fact that sharks meat could be used in almost every areas incl cosmetics, bags etc. altho efforts are being put in, ultimately I guess money still plays a role in either hindering or pushing the conservation efforts forward
Elisa
01:46:02
Hope you enjoyed the event! Thanks for joining us! To help us improve, please share with us your feedback here: http://bit.ly/sharks-feedback
Audrey Patrick
01:46:14
Thanks to all the panelist and Heiqal.
Timothy Shankar
01:46:16
Awesome session Panelists! Thank u so much for organising this. Excellent message in the end too!
Elisa
01:46:25
Hope you enjoyed the event! Thanks for joining us! To help us improve, please share with us your feedback here: http://bit.ly/sharks-feedback
Joshua Huddleston
01:46:28
Thanks for raising my awareness.
Kenneth Wan
01:46:30
Great session, thanks for sharing
nicholas
01:46:32
thank you for the precious information
Cassandra Wong
01:46:40
Thank you so much for the awesome session! Really learned a lot :)
Xinlu Liu
01:46:40
thank you!
Elisa
01:46:43
Hope you enjoyed the event! Thanks for joining us! To help us improve, please share with us your feedback here: http://bit.ly/sharks-feedback
Edric Wee
01:46:47
Thank you all! Great sharing!!
Matthew Chan
01:46:50
great
M. Bagas Pratama
01:46:51
Thank you so much for the opportunity to join this webinar. This evening has been very insightful.
hho ho
01:46:52
enjoyed the session! thank you!
Li Teik Lim
01:46:53
Thank you for sharing!
Afiq Mattias
01:47:05
This is my first time here and I really enjoy it! Looking forward to more session like this! Thank you all!
Yu Zhen Toh
01:47:12
thanks a lot to wwf for hosting the webinar and also to the panelists for sharing so much
caitlin fam
01:47:21
thank you so much for the valuable information sharing. it has definitely broadened my understanding of the shark conservation in singapore :)
A.Manap Sanif
01:47:30
the session was good thank you
Ang Babu Moktan
01:47:31
Great session, thank you!🙏
Seng Gee Lee
01:47:31
Thank you everyone for holding this seesion
Elisa
01:47:37
Hope you enjoyed the event! Thanks for joining us! To help us improve, please share with us your feedback here: http://bit.ly/sharks-feedback
Christelle Brouck
01:47:53
Wow so cool!
Elisa
01:47:57
Chefs’ recommended sustainable seafood recipes here: https://stories.msc.org/sg/blue-cookbook/
Christelle Brouck
01:48:03
Loved it, thank you!
Fran Ong
01:48:06
Thank you for sharing your knowledge and have a good rest everyone
Suhadi scotch
01:48:08
thank u everyone