Predator or Prey?
According to the marine biologist and research director of the Archipelagos Marine Conservation Institute Anastasia Miliou, “the image we have of sharks is dominated by the stereotypes created by action films and horror films.” “These fish usually live in great depths and in the high seas, making their observation reports very rare to nonexistent,” he adds.
He further states that “some species are exclusively plankton-fed, others fish-free, and they are certainly not a threat to humans while on the contrary they are very important species for marine biodiversity, as they play a very important regulatory role in their populations. fish bales. “ Indeed, Ms Miliou points out, “they are considered purifiers of the seas as they usually feed on the weaker flocks of flocks and thus purify the remaining populations”.