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A Surprising Great White Shark Attack

Orcas are the big, magnificent creatures that you see blasting out of the water at Sea World. But they’re more than that; they’re clever, courageous creatures that love their freedom. Unrestricted in the wild, they even have ingenious hunting methods, … Continue reading

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The Insight of a Shark Attack Survivor

I have blogged about the subject of shark nets before (“Shark Culling is NOT the Answer”).  Those in favor of shark culling argue that nets reduce the amount of shark attacks by catching and killing large predatory sharks. They say … Continue reading

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Shark Conservation Progress in 2011

Over the past year, much has been done to help sharks. To recap: -Honduras announced creation of 92,665-square mile shark sanctuary -243,244 square miles of the Bahams converted into a shark sanctuary -The Marshall Islands, Guam and Palau created a … Continue reading

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