See why January Jones is scared FOR sharks
Great white sharks off the coast of California are in big trouble.
The number of adult great whites swimming off our Pacific Coast is alarming low, and they are losing their pups to deadly gillnets. If something doesn't change, they could disappear forever.
We shouldn't be scared of sharks, we should be scared for them.
Great whites help keep the ocean food web healthy and stable as they hunt their prey. Our oceans need sharks. We're petitioning the state of California to protect great whites as an endangered species. Please help us protect these iconic sharks — before it's too late.
January Jones Swims with Whale Sharks
For her second “Scared for Sharks” PSA, “Mad Men” star January Jones traveled with Oceana to Belize’s Gladden Spit Marine Reserve to swim with the largest fish in the ocean: the whale shark.
January Jones is Scared for Sharks
“Mad Men” actress January Jones became the spokesperson for Oceana’s campaign to save sharks in early 2009. In her first PSA, January swims with Caribbean reef sharks and assists with research on lemon and nurse sharks.