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The Pondicherry sharks live in these Sri Lankan rivers, where they are small in numbers and prone to poaching and bycatch.
These harmless sharks are often caught as bycatch (unrequired). This takes a heavy toll on their decreasing population. As shark numbers continue to decrease, the locals start to wonder whether they would play witness to the extinction of a species that once thrived in the Indian Ocean..? Then, the saviors arrive - the Earth Rangers!
They install rock barriers to prevent fishermen from crossing over into protected territory, and request government officials to ensure the same. They conduct awareness drives to tell people about the damage that has been caused and indicate the consequences if the same is continued.
To prevent sharks from crossing over into human territory, they develop sonar sensors that emit an alarming sound frequency once a shark enters the range of the device. The alarming sound frequency prevents the shark from moving any further and is forced to retreat. The nano-transmitters installed within the sharks' bodies help to ensure the headcount.
We hope you now understand the importance of these sharks. We also hope that you will now help us to protect these critically endangered species. We thank you for your support!
The Pondicherry sharks continue to increase greatly, thanks to the local people and the Earth Rangers.
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