Creative Infographs For Inspiration Part 4


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18 Comments to “Creative Infographs For Inspiration Part 4”

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  • Keegan August 5, 2013 at 12:10 pm

    like for instance with whaling there are plenty of organizations solely for anti-whaling. are there any organizations specifically for anti-shark finning?

  • Rkmc August 8, 2013 at 12:39 am

    i read article that Atlantic Ocean sharks are threated of extinction and some species like Oceanic White-tip Shark like this one here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oceanic_whitetip_shark
    which is one of my fav sharks is one of the most hunted ones…
    it will be realy sad if they disappear from the ocean forever!
    I read about laws prohibiting shark finning but still it keeps on!

  • andresumoza August 8, 2013 at 12:08 pm

    Sharks are being slaughtered mercilessly around the world to feed the demand for Shark fin soup, leather goods, and to satisfy the bloodlust of bloodthirsty American “sports” fisherman.
    This is for zerobyte: “killing robots roving the countryside”?! That’s a warped view and you obviously lack understanding on the matter. hundreds of millions of people enter the water every year yet the attacks only reach double digits(max)
    recent research has shown that great whites hunt cooperatively in small groups, so hopefully this recognition of intelligence will help.

  • Jeremy Xargor is my gamertag August 8, 2013 at 2:48 pm

    past two races ago, both Ryan Newman, and Jeff Gordon had their “shark fins” break off on the back window, what are those any way and what does it do for the car?

  • thinkthought August 10, 2013 at 11:35 am

    Shark finning is cruel, and not only are they going extinct fast, but I know they’re upsetting the environment… but how exactly do they upset the ecosystem? Any sites where you got the actual data from would be great! Tnx… :]

  • Maggie August 14, 2013 at 3:31 am

    I saw a photo of about 3,000 shark-fins being dried in Hong Kong; we know those fins are delicacies for orientals; but what use is made of the rest of the shark? And is 3000 not a very large haul at once and how will killing sharks at that rate affect the balance of nature in the area where they previously lived ?

    Predators like sharks must kill off vast quantities of smaller fish, which mankind would benefit by harvesting. So would mankind benefit if ALL sharks were killed off, at least to protect other fish species ?

  • Harry August 15, 2013 at 9:14 pm

    I think its sad what people are doing to sharks, killing millions a year for something that is not intended for human consumption. I’ve heard that Shark skin contains mercury and eating shark fins can cause cancer and birth defects, so why would anyone want to pay 100$ or more for that? Plus, they are supporting the hunting of some shark species to near extinction, and mafias that make money from fining.

  • xiM Clutch August 15, 2013 at 9:14 pm

    At least the Japanese eat the whale, they don’t just throw the whole thing away except the fin, when ever I see a boat that got caught poaching shark fin it just angers the s–t out of me, because they killed so many sharks that could feed hundreds of people, and all they have is a small pile of fins.

  • johnkaiser 22 August 16, 2013 at 8:40 pm

    like if you bought a realistic shark fin and strapped it to your back then went to the beach and swam with it like a shark, would you get in trouble? is it illegal?
    why do people have to be rude??? i was on a website and it made me think of this question. jeez ignorant jackasses.

  • kiltakblog August 24, 2013 at 5:26 pm

    I need to know where abouts shark finning happends.Like which oceans are the sharks fished out of?

  • white man August 26, 2013 at 12:21 pm

    I want to go to the beach with a fake shark fin that looks as realistic as possible and scare people. I’m thinking Styrofoam thats cut out and done with marker with polyurethane, but I’m not sure. can someone tell me a better way that doesnt cost that much money and, if you can’t, tell me if this will work and how I can fix it? Thanks.
    And, how do i freak people out with it?

  • Duke September 8, 2013 at 10:34 am

    In my school, we are doing a projects about sharks. Do you think Shark finning is good or bad? for those of you who don’t know what shark finning is, it’s when people capture sharks, cut off their fins and throw them back int the water! Here a sad picture:
    I think it’s horrible. I just want other peoples opinion’s.

  • Jack Bauer September 15, 2013 at 2:43 am

    Shark fins contain 42 times more mercury than a human is allowed. Bees, lightning and buckets also kill more humans than sharks.
    Coconuts also kill more people than sharks.

  • prisha September 15, 2013 at 12:08 pm

    I have watched a documentary, about Chinese cutting out the shark fins and letting the sharks go. I know that the shark will not live after the fins being cut off. Is this the right thing to do to a wild life?

  • MAK & CHEESE September 18, 2013 at 9:10 am

    I am thinking about buying a ‘shark fin’ for my BMW, doesn’t need to be an actual ariel as I will be buying it for appearance only, how do they fit? Hope not with glue?!

  • mal_functiongeo November 9, 2013 at 9:11 pm

    I find it repugnant they they cut off just the fin and throw the shark back. This is why I quit eating shark fin soup in the 90’s.

  • jas November 15, 2013 at 9:58 pm

    What advantages does the shark fin antenna offer over the integrated rear-window antenna? Is it in any way aerodynamically advantageous? It seems like it could offer more drag. I also just don’t see it picking up that much better of a signal than the integrated rear-window antenna.