Sharks have thrived on our planet for over 400million years because they are the ultimate opportunists. They can see, and sense, situations that are advantageous to the preservation of their species. And by doing so, as apex predators, they have had a positive effect on the planet by way of shaping both the ecosystems and species surrounding them. Let's be more like Sharks, ask ourselves what can we do to better ourselves, the environment and others. Yes Sharks do this instinctually and we have the luxury of foresight but isn't it more important now than ever to reflect on our decisions and ask if we're adding to or taking from the planet. Nature is reminding us that there is no save the planet campaign...its a save ourselves movement we're experiencing. If you look at the earth as a human body we have been acting as a cancer...stripping, deteriorating and absorbing life like a fire. Is that our destiny as a species or will we rise up and be what the earth needs right now...a contributing member to this beautiful body of work that nature orchestrated so perfectly fit for life to thrive. Lets step our shit up humans...be more like Sharks, opportunists, and shape the world around us for the preservation of not only other species...but also our own. We got this humans, band together and be better, we really dont have a choice. 📸 for @natgeo

Sharks have thrived on our planet for over 400million years because they are the ultimate opportunists. They can see, and sense, situations that are advantageous to the preservation of their species. And by doing so, as apex predators, they have had a positive effect on the planet by way of shaping both the ecosystems and species surrounding them. Let's be more like Sharks, ask ourselves what can we do to better ourselves, the environment and others. Yes Sharks do this instinctually and we have the luxury of foresight but isn't it more important now than ever to reflect on our decisions and ask if we're adding to or taking from the planet. Nature is reminding us that there is no "save the planet" campaign...its a save ourselves movement we're experiencing. If you look at the earth as a human body we have been acting as a cancer...stripping, deteriorating and absorbing life like a fire. Is that our destiny as a species or will we rise up and be what the earth needs right now...a contributing member to this beautiful body of work that nature orchestrated so perfectly fit for life to thrive. Lets step our shit up humans...be more like Sharks, opportunists, and shape the world around us for the preservation of not only other species...but also our own. We got this humans, band together and be better, we really dont have a choice. 📸 for @natgeo

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