Nina continued to show her support of Oceana’s cause to impose a ban on the trading of shark fins throughout Shark Week.
Nina admits that she was once scared of sharks, but understanding the situation surrounding shark fins has made her change her perception; now as an official advocate of Oceana, Nina is calling for people to assist in Oceana’s cause of preventing the trade of shark fins.
As promised, I have more sharky goodness for you – the PSA I shot with Oceana in June! Every year, fins from as many as 73 million sharks end up in the global shark fin trade and it’s on us to do something about it. Tune in today as I takeover @Oceana’s Instagram to share more about why we’re calling for a nationwide ban on the buying and selling of shark fins in the U.S. Together, we can protect sharks and the health of our oceans. #FinBanNow 📷: @petezuc Pete Zuccarini / @sharkweek http://bit.ly/2trlu0m
In a further video, Nina gets up close to a shark and seems extremely calm about it.
In honor of #SharkWeek, I have another cool video and some shark-y facts to share: (Fact 1) – the demand for fins is one of the greatest threats facing sharks. (Fact 2) – you can help by clicking link in my bio 👆🏼👆🏼ABOVE👆🏼👆🏼 to get involved in Oceana’s #FinBanNow campaign. (Fact 3) – you can support Oceana by picking up a rad Shark @LiveLokai…each one = $1t to Oceana! #Oceana #LiveLokai #SaveSharks Link in my bio !!
Nina has even adopted a shark; which she has appropriate named Unicorn. Perhaps we should call the shark Unicorn Sharkbrev to be perfectly coupled with Nina’s full name for her adopted puppy Maverick Dogbrev.
Bringing Shark Week to a conclusion; Nina thanked the sharks for welcoming her into their home.
End of #SharkWeek checklist! 1. Support a #FinBanNow 2. Join @oceana 3. rock a shark @livelokai And yes, to answer your question those are sharks, NOT dolphins. And I look chill AF. That's because they are amazing beautiful creatures that I had the pleasure of swimming with. Thank you for inviting me into YOUR home guys, I appreciate the hospitality. ❤️🦈❤️
Nina also exclaimed her love for free diving in the ocean with a wonderful pose described as “Underwater Ballet”.
Underwater Ballet. #FreeDiveForACause I love the freedom of freediving, the weightless & infinite feeling of reconnecting to the whole ocean, our bodies are made up of mostly water just like the majority of the planet which all life relies on and sometimes it feels like I can't tell where my hands end and the open water begins. 📸 Photo by the "Juan and Only" @juansharks #conservationphotographer #ForACause #ForTheOcean @oneoceandiving