What year will sharks become extinct?
Never. And anyone who says they will is a fool or a liar. Shark populations in countries with overprotective catch limits on sharks and their prey are EXPLODING! In countries or waters with no limits and overharvesting, some species are being pushed to the limit. But, there is no risk of total extinction. In fact, America is faced with an overpopulation of some species which will hurt other fish populations and shark populations. NOAA NMS HMSD actually pulled a date out of their lower colon, 2070, when all shark populations will magically return to pre1980 levels. Funny how that date is the same magical date they used for the ozone layer to be repaired (even though we never damaged the ozone layer since holes always existed in it). Makes you wonder about the reporting you have heard doesn't it???
Ken, the Shark Wrangler, www.sharkwrangler.com
Sharks play an important role in the ecosystem of the oceans if they went extinct the ocean world as we know it could be completely destroyed. Our oceans have already been suffering under the weight of mankind. Without sharks it will only become worse. the seas will become overrun with small fish, the aquatic plants will be under stress and the worlds beautiful coral reefs will become overrun with algae. So please help save sharks…
Whether sharks will go extinct anytime soon depends on whether humans continue to pressure them with overfishing. According to all scientific predictions, within the next billion years life on Earth will cease to exist because the Sun will begin to run out of fuel and thus it will expand, overheating the Earth. If this happens, then sharks will become extinct by then if not before.
Sharks became extinct during the epic battle of the sea to decide which of the two mammals TRUELY ruled the seas between the sharks and the dolphins. The sharks were no match for the dolphin's almighty power which caused the sharks to all die off as the dolphin leader conquered all the sharks till they became extinct.