This shiz is important. Sign it. thanks, @KayleighSSSOSL Pls sign&tell Obama 2ban sale trade&shark products/shark fin http://t.co/EerfoW3BI have since watched Frozen six times (and will probably watch it again on today's flight from Narita to Dulles), which begs the question, "Do you want to ban some shark fins?"
— Kristen Bell (@IMKristenBell) October 18, 2011
A few months ago while sitting and bed and reading about the shark cull in Australia, I started tweeting things that are more likely to happen than being killed by a shark, including this little fact playing on the Five Degrees of Kevin Bacon game:
You are more likely to have starred in a major motion picture with @kevinbacon than be killed by a sharkKevin Bacon retweeted it, which is another thing more likely to happen than being killed by a shark.
— Shark Defenders (@sharkdefenders) December 13, 2013
Two years ago, with some urging from the Humane Society International, Ke$ha, who now goes by Kesha, gave a shout out to the shark conservation work going on in Fiji.
Animals! Help me protect sharks in Fiji - they need us! RT! #fijime #finsanity @HSIGlobal @SharkDefenders http://t.co/QZ5BVTcYAnd my favorite tweet came from Leonardo DiCaprio, who congratulated Guam on their shark fin trade ban in 2011:
— kesha (@KeshaRose) June 19, 2012
Congrats to Guam for passing a ban on shark finning last week. Now, it's your turn California! @wildaid http://bit.ly/heQ8vi #fbThe Guam shark fin ban is being threatened by federal rulemaking today, but you can show your support by signing this petition created by Maile Dolores and Makaelah Blas students at George Washington High School and Simon Sanchez High School, respectively.
— Leonardo DiCaprio (@LeoDiCaprio) March 11, 2011