SHARK STANLEY

SHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!

This is a top secret preview of the new book The Adventures of Shark Stanley & Friends.  We are not promoting this page until March 3.  If you have stumbled onto this you are one of the first people in the world to see sketches from our new book, as well as the drawings of all 18 shark and ray characters.

I'm sure you remember Shark Stanley from 2013 when he swam to 135 countries to gather support for shark protections at the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, or CITES.  With your help we protected hammerhead, porbeagle, and oceanic whitetip sharks, as well as manta rays.

Now Shark Stanley and his friends are turning their attention to creating shark sanctuaries across the globe.  Will you help us?  We will have a global launch in the coming months, but have an online preview scheduled for World Wildlife Day on March 3.  On that day, come back to this blog by visiting www.SharkStanley.com to find out how you can get a free digital copy of the new book, as well as a sneak peek at some of our new materials before the global launch.


Are you excited?  If you want to get a head start on helping Stanley and his pals, you should know what to do by now.  Print out the characters below, cut them out, and photograph them with people who support shark conservation.  The best photos are taken in front of iconic landmarks that show us where you live.  We'll have some tips on taking great photos in the coming days.

Remember to take your photos with #SharkStanley.  You can also follow Shark Stanley on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.


The fab four of Shark Stanley, Pierre Porbeagle, Waqi Whitetip, and Manta Reina have been joined by 14 new friends!  Each one is a different species.  Can you guess what they are?  Can you help us name them?

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

These days we are on vacation until Feb.
I teach science at a private preschool and can easily make an art project with your pages.
A few days ago I was astonished to watch on morning TV a show on how to cook rays. I could also send pictures when they sell them.Teacher Laura Oreamuno. San Jose Costa Rica.

Shark Defenders said...

Hi Laura, That would be wonderful! We have a version of Shark Stanley that can be coloured in, posted above. We'll also be releasing an educational children's story and activity book later in January. If you send us your contact info at info(at)sharkdefenders(dot)com, that would be great!

Anonymous said...

Hi, we are a group from Singapore, would we be able to participate from here and do we need to notify any local relevant authorities before embarking on this project too?

Shark Defenders said...

We would love to have your participation! Just start snapping photos and load them onto your social networks. And if you have a website, please write a story about our campaign.

Anonymous said...

Hi Thanks for the information. I'll get some of my guys going and will let you know where we have posted it up. :)) good luck with the project!

Anonymous said...

Woznye?

Juliana Van Niekerk said...

Wow, this sounds like a good idea to make people aware.

DR. MD. ABU HASAN LOVLU, VETERINARY SURGEON, UPAZILA LIVESTOCK OFFICE, KACHUA, CHANDPUR, BANGLADESH. said...

It just quite awesome. I'm sharing this with my facebook friends. Keep rolling... Praying for Stanely & frnds. to their success.

avalon said...

Wonderful book and beautifully illustrated. Is it available in hardcopy? I would like to donate one to our school, as well as to give as gifts.

Anonymous said...

Is there a list of marine protected areas for sharks? If so, point us to it. We are creating a map of MPAs. Thanks.

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