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Shark Bait: Diving with Bull sharks – Gordon Ramsay

Janice Jameson

March 24, 2015




In Gordon Ramsay's Shark Bait, the world's most famous chef will expose the shocking practices that are threatening the existence of one of the earth's most amazing creatures and confront the illicit fishermen, traders and diners who are responsible for the shark's precipitous decline.

Gordon Ramsay goes diving to sea the sharks close up. He then is reminded of the importance of the shark's role in the ocean ecosystem. Gordon say's "leave them alone and respect their beauty".

The official Youtube channel of Gordon Ramsay with exclusive clips from a selection shows including Cook-a-long Live, Gordon's Great Escape and more.

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Jonty Whiter
- 5 Years ago

I fully agree, It’s really good to see this

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Jaro00
- 5 Years ago

@thepiedjester haha…no he didn’t..and i suppose i am a terrible pedophile
for mentioning it. However my statement still remains…very few people
“make a career out of diving” but he should at least keep his arms in when
he is “swimming”….Nonce πŸ˜‰

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art carrasco
- 5 Years ago

this is the happiest ive seen this angry man lol

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Jaro00
- 5 Years ago

hes a horrible diver

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Firepoint1000
- 5 Years ago

”leave them alone and respect their beauty”

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pablo herrero
- 5 Years ago

well, he is a chef! πŸ˜‰

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hoof118liverpool
- 5 Years ago

I don’t think his diving ability is the big problem here, it’s a fantastic
documentary though. Before I just had respect for him as a chef. I think
it’s important that a chef mentions the problems of shark fishing, rather
than conservationists like myself. Everyone’s heard it all before with us,
but with a chef, someone who could actually be using the product, it might
inspire some form of change.

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hitibiru
- 5 Years ago

morale of the story: respect nature.

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