By Jayme Deerwester USA Today Wed., July 25, 2018 “It’s time for a Shark to meet sharks,” Daymond John, an entrepreneur from ABC’s Shark Tank, declares before jumping in the water with the real thing. So on Thursday night, he and the other fast-talking investor tycoons trade their natty business attire for wetsuits in Discovery’s Shark Tank Meets Shark Week special. John, the founder of the Fubu clothing line; Canadian venture capitalist Kevin O’Leary; New York real-estate maven Barbara Corcoran; and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban spend time with nonprofits around the world devoted to shark conservation. Then each tries to convince the others why his or her team deserves a $50,000 donation. John goes to the Caribbean to see what the Bahamas National Trust is trying to accomplish with its shark sanctuary and a proposed code of conduct to create a sustainable shark-tourism economy. “It’s the Wild West out there,” he tells his fellow Sharks. “There are a lot of dive operators out there, and we need to create a code for them.” Article Continued Below In an interview, he ticks off a list of questions the group wants to answer in its guidelines: “Is it OK for the… Read full this story
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