Is Florida Gators Head Football Coach Jim McElwain The Shark Humiliator?
An image of a man standing on top of a dead shark was shared on Twitter by wildlife TV presenter. She asked people to retweet the image to find out who the man was and urged them to come forward and identify the hunter. The man is described as “disrespectful” to the animal and many Twitter users were quick to respond.
The photo of Jimmy John Shark was widely criticized, with many criticizing the naked man for ‘humiliating’ the Shark. One football fan argued that the man pictured looked like the head coach of the Football. Thankfully, McElwain has denied the identity of the shark killer. The man was arrested and resigned from his position as a result. He is being investigated by local authorities.
A former cop feared for his safety has accused McClain of being the person who posted the picture of a naked man on a shark. He claimed that the image was a parody, but the man in the picture was a real person. The photo appeared on Twitter a few years ago and the story is far from over. In fact, a former police officer identified the bare-assed shark as Sean from upstate.
After the sharks were killed, the men were stripped down and then photographed naked. The photos have gone viral in just 24 hours, but that hasn’t stopped people from asking McElwain a very philosophical question. The men are not ashamed of their shame, but that’s not to say they won’t get in trouble again. However, the naked man who sent the photos has said that he didn’t participate in them.
A blue shark with a razor-sharp hook sticking out of its mouth is wriggling desperately to escape the hook. A shirtless man enters the scene and tells the blue shark to stop wriggling. The fish then tries to get free, but the shark’s body is swollen with blood and is unable to swim. After being stabbed in the chest, it is then disemboweled, and humiliated, but the hook has snipped it.
The finning of sharks is a practice that kills a shark for its fins. Although the process is cruel, it has some positive benefits. The finning of sharks is illegal in some states and has caused hundreds of thousands of people to die. There are no laws in place to prevent the killing of the sharks. Nonetheless, the act is not helping the sharks in any way.
Humans are killing sharks at a rate faster than they can repopulate. These animals are slow to mature and produce small offspring, making them prone to extinction. In many marine ecosystems, sharks are the apex predators, and are a vital part of our ocean communities. They are vital to the health of the ocean and our livelihoods. So, if we continue to kill these creatures, we will harm ourselves and the ocean.