The shark is an iconic fish in the world’s oceans.
But it is not yet a protected species and its habitat is being devastated by pollution and overfishing.
Dorado, a finned fish that has a distinctive tail, is one of the world\’s most endangered shark species.
Its recovery is threatened by overfished catch and illegal fishing, which has led to the loss of the fish\’s main habitat, the reef that surrounds it.
The species has been protected by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora since 1997.
However, the catch has increased significantly since then and the species is now considered to be under threat of extinction, according to the WWF.
The World Trade Organization has banned the trade of the finned species since 2007, saying that the species could be used in medicine and is considered a protected fish.
According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), it has the highest population density of any shark species in the ocean and is the second-most-threatened shark species globally.
It has been estimated that over 80% of the species\’s total body weight is in its fins, which means that every year more than 400,000 sharks are caught and killed.
In order to protect the species, the World Wildlife Fund has set up a programme called the Fish Rescue Initiative.
It is aimed at saving the species from its near-extinction and is funded by the French government.
The programme has so far saved a total of 2,000 of the 7,000 to 10,000 fins that are caught each year.
According to a report by the WWF, the organisation was the only organisation to reach an agreement with the French authorities in terms of the protection of the fins.
According the report, a number of other countries have reached similar agreements with the IUCN, including Norway, Belgium, Switzerland, Canada, the Netherlands, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.
But according to an article in the Wall Street Journal, the WWF has not yet decided whether to launch a formal conservation project in order to save the shark species, as it was in 2015.
Instead, it is working on a new strategy that will be based on the ideas and experiences gained from its previous efforts.
“The programme is an extension of the WWF\’s approach, and it is about making sure the fins and fins of this species can be saved,” said the WWF in a statement.
The organisation said it had not yet made a final decision about whether to pursue a project with the Spanish government, which is the country responsible for the protection and management of the shark.