Western Australia isn't the first place to cull sharks, but in a day and age where we are supposedly making progress in our understanding of sharks, what does it mean outdated practices continue to pop-up rather than disappear? The reputation of sharks is improving in certain circles, but is that being dwarfed by the population who still fear sharks as movie monsters? When less-lethal and proven alternatives are rejected, not to mention less expensive practices, do those who push for shark culling have political and financial agendas that have nothing to do with public safety? When countries that have already listed the white shark as a protected species actively hunt that same species, what does that mean about the reality of being a "protected species"? How did the WA Government get the Federal Minster of the Environment to approve the killing of a protected species? The dirty politics will astound you. When animal populations recover from decades of over-hunting, and we react by killing those same animals, what does that mean about our willingness to share the planet? How important of a role does the power of fear on the human psyche play in media manipulation as well as political agendas? What's the truth about the success of existing shark culling? And how did shark culling begin in the first place? Both answers may surprise you. Features footage shot by Skyler Thomas in New Zealand, South Australia, New South Whales, California, Isla de Guadalupe, The Neptune Islands, Western Australia, and South Africa.