Fusion's environmental correspondent Nicolas Ibarguen went free diving at Tiger Beach in the Bahamas with the ocean's top predator, sharks, and reflected on their recent struggles to survive.

Correction: The video states that 95% of shark species have disappeared. The correct statistic is that shark populations have declined up to 95%.

VIDEO CREDITS:

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER:¬†NICOL√ĀS IBARG√úEN

DIRECTOR: FELIPE IBARG√úEN

PRODUCER:¬†LARA FERN√ĀNDEZ

CORRESPONDENT:¬†NICOL√ĀS IBARG√úEN

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: FELIPE IBARGÜEN

EDITOR: FELIPE IBARGÜEN

WRITER: MYRNA DOMIT

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Nicol√°s Ibarg√ľen is an environmentalist and director of the Planet Initiative of the Americas Business Council Foundation, an organization that supports innovative¬†social and environmental impact projects.

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He is the environmental Correspondent for Fusion and Univision.

Nicol√°s organizes expeditions and events with world leaders to raise awareness about our relationship with the planet. He produced the award-winning documentary ‚ÄúAmazon Gold‚ÄĚ and he is a board member of NRDC‚Äôs Voces Verdes and the Humane Society International. He was the Editor and Publisher of Poder Magazine.