“The [bonnethead shark] successfully digested the seagrass with enzymes that broke down components of the plants, such as starch and cellulose. Lacking the kind of teeth best suited for mastication, the fish may rely on strong stomach acids to weaken the plants’ cells so the enzymes can have their digestive effects. In all, more than half of the organic material locked up in the seagrass was digested by the sharks, putting them on a par with young green sea turtles.” https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/sep/05/bonnethead-omnivorous-shark-species-identified
Even sharks are adopting a reduced meat diet.
Did you spot that this ‘news’ is exactly one year ‘olds’?
“Cook is among hundreds of fishermen in Grand Manan – an [Canadian] island of about 2,500 people – who have been temporarily banned from fishing after the sighting of a single North Atlantic right whale.
“This is unprecedented,” said Cook, chairman of the Grand Manan Fishermen’s Association’s lobster advisory board. “We’ve never seen this before, and hopefully we never see it again.”” https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/jul/06/canada-grand-manan-ban-fishing-endangered-whale
A lobster advised him not to worry: keep overfishing and destroying habitat and the few hundred right whales will soon be none left whales.