Blue sharks wash up in UK

CAMBER SANDS (UK)-Nikki Lambert was just walking the dog on the Sussex beach of Camber Sands when he stumbled upon a 5-foot blue shark. Dead and washed up ashore. It’s the second blue shark washed ashore in a week. Last week a dead blue shark was found alongside a town road after some real stormy weather. The in British waters […]

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Surfer quits contest for shark

SAN FRANCISCO (USA)–Just a couple of days after the attack on a surfer at Marina State Beach, a professional surfer quits  his pro surfcontest in the cold waters of San Francisco’s Ocean Beach after saying he saw a large shark.  Hawaiian surfer Dusty Payne, 22 years old, left the surf while competing against Jordy Smith of South Africa. Payne said he spotted […]

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Shark hype in W-Australia

ROTTNEST ISLAND (AUSTRALIA)- A real shark hype has sprung up at the Ausralian island Rottnest after the fatal attacks the past month. After the local Western Australian government put a price on the head of great whites and intensified shark patrols, it is now time to close the beaches. Remind you of a famous movie? Three beaches on Rottnest Island in […]

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‘Death to great whites’

ROTTNEST ISLAND (AUSTRALIA)- White sharks off the Western Australian coast have a price on their heads. After the third fatal shark, Texan diver George Thomas Wainwright last weekend, attack in two months, the Western Australian government has ordered any great white sharks spotted off the south west coast to be killed. Earlier this month, 64-year-old businessman Bryn Martin disappeared while […]

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Shark Shield under investigation

PORT LINCOLN (AUSTRALIA)-RAW data has finished being collected for a study investigating the effectiveness of shark repellant device Shark Shield. The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) study is looking into the effectiveness of the Shark Shield, which many divers and surfers use in the water to repel sharks. Port Lincoln abalone diver Peter Clarkson was taken by two […]

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