Banned the act of "shark finning". Shark finning is when sailors or sellers capture sharks and rip off their fins to trade for cash.
Puntarenas, Costa Rica - Feb 19 2016
Since the ban of shark finning, there has still been acts of this going around illegally. Rob and his crew go out to Costa Rica to look further into this in hopes to make a change.
Cat island, Bahamas - May 16, 2016
A great white shark is recorded to be seen as these are more endangered than the average sharks seen.
Miami, Florida - May 16 2016
Depending on the person that capture the fins from these sharks determine whether the shark gets released back into the ocean or if they are killed. If the shark is released back into the ocean after losing its fins then it becomes worse on the shark.
Panama - May 21 2016
Went to see how many shark fins are actually collected when it comes in conclusion. To Robs surprise, it was much more than what he expected.
Cabo verde, Africa - Nov 9 2016
Went to see where the shark fins are being shipped from. Turns out the shark fins are put into multiple cargo crates and shipped to wherever they are to be heading, either to a buyer, seller, or a collector.
Los Angeles, California - Dec 6 2016
Looking for fishing nets and see what all it captures
Rob and his crew go out in the oceans of California in search of fishing nets to see what captures there may be.
Santa Monica Bay - Dec 6 2016
On the same day, at Santa Monica Bay, a thresher shark is seen caught stuck in a fishing net, slowly dying. Rob claims sharks are not as bad animals as people perceive them as.
Miami. Florida - Jan 21 2017
Rob goes to pet stores and investigates if pet food has any shark or fish in them. Turns out all of them contained fish.
Key Largo, Florida - Jan 31 2017
On this day Rob has his last dive before his death.