Racing Extinction the documentary from Louie Psihoyos, the director of The Cove has official been aired on television. Concerning how humans are responsible for the destruction of wildlife and biodiversity across the globe by showing how we are releasing methane trapped in the arctic, killing generations of sharks and manta rays for soup, and talking about how people are not even knowing what they are doing in everyday life can cause endangered species to be pushed to the brink. It shows a restaurant in Los Angles serving whale meat and how it was shut down, a Indonesian village making a livelihood of killing manta rays for profit and conservationists attempt to turn that around, and some of the largest and most disgusting black-markets for wildlife in China. Despite this it also shows what are possibilities to turn things around and how there is still time to change. Showing options such as greater education and the changing of human livelihoods for the greater good of both man and animal and always-reassuring words of wisdom from Jane Goodall. So what are some people's thoughts and reactions to this documentary?