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Uncategorized ♦ January 03, 2018

Nina Dobrev has partnered with Oceana, ocean conservation organization raising awareness about the global shark fin trade. In a new video from Oceana, Nina shares why she swims with sharks, an animal she once feared. Check it out!

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Nina News ♦ August 09, 2017

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.

 

In a further video, Nina gets up close to a shark and seems extremely calm about it.

 

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.

 

Nina also exclaimed her love for free diving in the ocean with a wonderful pose described as “Underwater Ballet”.

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News, Nina News ♦ June 27, 2017

Nina Dobrev was hinting at a major project in partnership with Oceana recently via posts on her social media channels. It has now been confirmed that it is a documentary titled Our Planet: 360.

Nina was very upbeat about the quality of the documentary and her experience when filming it.

Nina has been spending more time sharing the sea with sharks for Our Planet: 360.

Nina also posted a close-up of a turtle; suggesting that the documentary will cover a wider spectrum of species beyond sharks.

Nina has clearly been having fun filming the documentary; as she continues to share amazing underwater diving photographs, while also promoting a beach clean-up to help save the lives of species who live underwater from entanglement on fishing lines.

2 minutes 15 seconds. That's how long I was able to hold my breath after my first lesson. Learning to free dive from a real life mermaid @oceanramsey #Repost @oceanramsey (@get_repost) ・・・ #FreedivingForACause Join us today for a reef and beach clean up from 11am to 2pm at Kahala Beach and win prizes and help #savetheocean #helpsavesharks #SaveTheSeaTurtles #savedolphins #savethereef #BeachCleanUp #reefcleanup Photo BTS @ourplanet360 @likemindedentertainment @oneoceandiving @oceana #SaveSharks piece with @nina @cheeklane @markkassen photo by @justinbuttsfilm Freediving to cut fishing line off the reef is a great way to increase your breath hold, just be careful to not pull the fishing line, always cut it and always dive with a buddy who also has a knife or scissors and watches you in case of entanglement. FOR MORE INFO ON BEACH CLEAN UP TODAY SEE: OneOceanConservation.Org 😊💙🌊

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It has not been confirmed how long the documentary will be or if it will be a virtual reality experience as the 360 within the title potentially hints at, although there are details gradually filtering through every few days, so there may be more news soon.

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News, Nina News ♦ June 22, 2017

Nina has recently spent two days with Oceana in a district of the Bahamas called Bimini to help protect sharks. Nina’s photo of herself underwater next to a shark with nearby plankton and corral along the seabed; looked as though Nina certainly enjoyed her underwater adventure and participating in the Oceana cause. It was alluded to that there would be at least one video by the mention of “Stay tuned for more sharky goodness” from Nina’s social media post.


Before Nina confirmed via an Instagram post referencing a location in Hawaii that there will be at least one video filmed; most probably as part of the #FinBanNow Oceana campaign and that filming is actually continuing,


Oceana is a good cause as their mission statement is as follows,

“Working hard to protect our oceans. Fighting against offshore oil and destructive fishing. Fighting for clean energy, sharks and turtles.”
You can find out more about Oceana on their official website at http://oceana.org/take-action and Twitter at https://twitter.com/Oceana

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