A Shocking Horrible Discovery Made By An Experienced Diver On The Ocean Floor

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A Londoner diving into a vacation paradise in Malaysia told Asia Wire his horror after shooting hammerhead sharks at the bottom of the sea, as shown in this striking image.

Gareth Jones, 50, from central London, who dive for 18 years, visited Malay. Isla de Mabul when she saw parts of the body sectioned on the bottom of the sea and made a video. In the video uploaded to Facebook and viewed 24,000 times, Jones filmed the body parts with the title: “They killed sharks on the island of Mabul a few miles from Sipadan.”

A Londoner who plunged into a vacation paradise in Malaysia told Asia Wire his horror after shooting hammerhead sharks at the bottom of the sea, as shown by this striking material. Gareth Jones, 50, from central London, who has been diving for 18 years, visited the Malaysian island of Mabul when he saw parts of the body sectioned on the bottom of the sea and made a video.

In the video uploaded to Facebook and viewed 24,000 times, Jones filmed the horrible parts of the body, with the caption: “Sharks sacrificed on the island of Mabul a few kilometers from Sipadan”. “I have never seen anything like it before,” he told Asia Wire. Speaking of AsiaWire, he described the discovery as follows: “Very shocking, especially in an area where so many people travel thousands of miles to dive with these majestic creatures, I hope this video shows that sharks in this region need more protection. ” Previously, the tourist wrote on social networks: “I am surprised by what I saw at the end of my dive trip to Sabah.”

I dive to Borneo several times. and I thought I would never see such painful images of dead sharks thrown a few miles from Sipadan. “Why should tourists travel to see the world famous Sipadan sharks if they are hunted to extinction?” Jones urged Internet users to share their video and raise awareness of the situation. The Shark Protection Association Sabah contacted the diver to say, “Hi Gareth, we agree, it’s absolutely horrible!

Should the video be shared? Can we label some people? “The president of the organization, Aderick Chong, said the state government had to decide whether or not to include hammerhead sharks as a protected species.” He speculated that the massacre might have occurred to cover the tracks of those who hunt protected marine creatures, Sabah’s Minister of Tourism, Culture and Environment, Datuk Christina Liew, promised to find out who killed the sharks.

Jones said that it is not the first time that locals at the diving area have seen shark killings in the area.

Sharks are a popular food for many Sabah residents, who cook their fins and use their meat in pickled foods, according to local media.

 

Sources: Liveleak / Ananova