Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Drying-Heads-of-Hammerhead-Shark--Mexico-27MZIFLBQJ6P.htmlConceptually similarDead Head of Hammerhead SharkGP01953Completed★★★★Fish in Los Islotes Seal ColonyGP019HACompleted★★★★★★Shrimp Trawler, Gulf of CaliforniaGP018UVCompleted★★★★Shrimp Trawler, Gulf of CaliforniaGP018UICompleted★★★★Shrimp Trawler, Gulf of CaliforniaGP018IBCompleted★★★★Sea Lions Near Bottom-trawling NetsGP019IICompleted★★★★Shrimp Trawler Pursued by Sea LionsGP01F40Completed★★★★★★★Pelicans on Konzaka IslandGP018HNCompleted★★★★Seaweed - Marine Reserves Documentation, Mexico.GP0USSCompleted★★★★View AllGP018B2Drying Heads of Hammerhead Shark, MexicoThe heads of several Hammerhead sharks dry in the sun on a beach in Mexico.The Greenpeace vessel 'MY Esperanza' is in the “World’s Aquarium” on the Gulf of California as part of the Defending Our Oceans Tour.Locations:Gulf of California-Mexico-North AmericaDate:20 Nov, 2006Credit:© Greenpeace / Alex HoffordMaximum size:3304px X 2000pxKeywords:Animal products-Beaches-Day-Death-Hammerhead Sharks-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Oceans (topography)-Outdoors-SharkShoot:Defending Our Oceans Tour in MexicoThe Greenpeace vessel 'MY Esperanza' is currently in the 'World's Aquarium' on the Gulf of California, Mexico as part of the Defending Our Oceans Tour. This area is renowned for its rich marine life and has huge economic benefit for the whole of Mexico, bringing nearly five million tourists and providing half the countries fish supply. Pressure from destructive fishing, pollution and uncontrolled tourism development are threatening life in the Aquarium. One of the focuses for this part of the tour is the plight of the world's most endangered porpoise - the vaquita. Greenpeace are calling for a network of marine reserves to be introduced globally in order to control fishing and protect endangered species.