The purpose of MCC’s shark project is to educate the community on the value of sharks and the threats against them. Read below to find out more about this project. You can also learn more about sharks by clicking the button below.
Community education is vital in protecting Guam’s resources. MCC aims to educate the local community about why sharks are important in the hopes of sparking interest in their conservation.
Little to no research has been done on Guam’s shark population. This means that we have no concrete data to tell us what kinds of sharks live on Guam and how their populations grow and change. Learn about sharks of the Indo-Pacific by clicking below
Our anti-finning campaign aims to address shark finning activity on Guam. Learn more about threats to sharks by clicking below