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The Oceanic white tip shark was once noted by prestigious oceanographer, Jacques Cousteau, to be the most prolific creatures in the sea. However, in only a couple short decades since mentioning that fact, this shark's numbers have dropped to under 1% of their populace; and this sickening measurement is mainly due to human movement. In this scene, a solitary shark meanders through an interminable field of blue. This is frequently the case with these animals, as they spend the vast majority of their lives cruising through the untamed sea; a sea that is turned out to be increasingly infertile as the years go on.