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On a more dire note....
Western Australia has announced extreme measures to be taken to protect people from shark attacks after the seventh attack, in the last three years, took place.
"Their plan includes setting baited drum lines to catch large sharks along the shores of heavily-used beaches and hiring professional shark hunters to patrol these areas and kill large sharks." (www.marineconservation.org.au/…)
It has been reported that the first shark has been caught, shot, and then moved to deeper waters. "The controversial program went ahead after federal environment minister Greg Hunt granted Western Australia an exemption under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act, allowing the protected great white shark to be killed." (www.theguardian.com/world/2014…)
Bait hooks put other animal species at risk, including the Great White Shark. This species was listed as vulnerable in Australia back in 1999, and since then efforts have been made to increase the population and protect the shark. The Australian government's program may further endanger a species that is still making it's comeback.
You can sign this petition to say no to culling www.marineconservation.org.au/…