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 Instagram Image by Maranatha Church International (@maranatha_church_int) with caption : "Maranatha welcomes our newest member, Sister Donyelle Echols @soimdannie to the Maranatha Church Family. She is apart of" at Maranatha Church International - 1961496773247771969

Maranatha welcomes our newest member, Sister Donyelle Echols @soimdannie to the Maranatha Church Family. She is apart of a multi-generational family who are all apart of Maranatha. We are so happy to have her and trust that the favor, grace, and privileges that are on this ministry will be realized in her life and family πŸ™πŸ½ Will you join me in welcoming her? #outreach

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Andriana Marie πŸŒœπŸŒŽπŸŒ›

 Instagram Image by Andriana Marie πŸŒœπŸŒŽπŸŒ› (@andriana_marine) with caption : "I was trying to stay out of the mess from this entire situation and remain out of the limelight, but this is getting ext" at Hawaii - 1961495862959377191
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I was trying to stay out of the mess from this entire situation and remain out of the limelight, but this is getting extremely out of hand. Touching a free swimming shark for the purpose of an outreach/ conservation piece is not harming the animal any more than catching them, pulling them out of the water, and tagging them for science is. Both entail interacting with the animal in an invasive way and after all of my tagging experience I would even go to say that fishing for a shark to tag them is more stressful than touching them in their natural environment. I fully support tagging for the purpose of science, while I also fully support conservation outreach in the form of powerful imagery. Whether you have a problem with it or not, this interaction between @oceanramsey and this white shark has sparked a conversation around the entire world about shark protection and conservation - reaching people who had never even thought of the topic as an issue before. Open your eyes to the real problem of overfishing that is creating major shark population declines and let’s work cooperatively to fix these issues and stop creating a divide in the community. If the main shark advocates and scientists cannot come to agreement on how to protect these animals how are we supposed to convince the rest of the public to? #outreach END END