Sharks can cure breast cancer
By: Dr. Swedenklef
How it works
Sharks come from oceans all around the world. Its scientific name is Selachimorpha, which mean
A shark is classified as a fish, unlike a dolphin, because it breathes through its gills. There are more than 400 different species of sharks.
Most of today’s sharks been around for 64 million years ago – when the dinosaurs were around, so that gave them plenty of time to adapt. Its probably why they are an apex predator today, with not many animals eating them.
Problems and solutions
So in conclusion, if sharks will die out and the world will be unbalanced. Also, since shark finning is happening, they will go extinct even faster.
Instead of killing individual sharks you can take a syringe and take samples from different sharks. A disadvantage of this solution is that if you have to go from shark to shark, it will take a very long time and the people who need it might not get it in time. This is a good solution for testing and samples, but if the cure works there will be a high demand for it and people will resort to killing sharks to get lots of blood at one time.
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