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2nd Maui shark bite incident in three days

2nd Maui shark bite incident in three days

News Release Hawaii DLNR (Department of Land and Natural Resources) 20. October 2014 ———————- 2nd SHARK INTERACTION IN BROWN WATER – MAUI’S KAHULUI HARBOR CLOSED For the second time in as many days, a shark interaction on Maui, prompted a reminder from the Dept. of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) for all ocean users to

Study: Could sleeper sharks be preying on protected Steller sea lions?

Study: Could sleeper sharks be preying on protected Steller sea lions?

News Release Oregon State University ( OSU ) 15. October 2014 ————— NEWPORT, Ore. – Pacific sleeper sharks, a large, slow-moving species thought of as primarily a scavenger or predator of fish, may be preying on something a bit larger – protected Steller sea lions in the Gulf of Alaska. A new study found the

Brazil: Fine imposed for mistreatment of hammerhead shark

Brazil: Fine imposed for mistreatment of hammerhead shark

Helmut Nickel (mail), Shark Year Magazine, 10. October 2014 The Environmental Institute of Paraná ( Instituto Ambiental do Paraná, IAP ) has fined a ‘fisherman’ for dragging a live hammerhead shark through the streets of Guaratuba last sunday, 05. October ( other source: 05. September ). The shark had been found washed up on the

WA shark examination: Bite marks indicate attack involved a great white shark

WA shark examination: Bite marks indicate attack involved a great white shark

Media Release Department of Fisheries, Western Australia 04. October  2014 ————————– Examinations of white sharks complete Department of Fisheries scientists have completed examinations of two white sharks captured after a serious incident at Wylie Bay, east of Esperance on Thursday. The two sharks were transported to Perth for further examination by the Department’s experts. “Based

Study shows sharks have personalities

Study shows sharks have personalities

News Release University of Exeter 02. October 2014 ————————– Some sharks are ‘gregarious’ and have strong social connections, whilst others are more solitary and prefer to remain inconspicuous, according to a new study which is the first to show that the notorious predators have personality traits. Personalities are known to exist in many animals, but

WA fisheries officers catch a second white shark after Esperance incident

WA fisheries officers catch a second white shark after Esperance incident

Media Release Department of Fisheries, Western Australia 02. October  2014 ————————– Second white shark caught after Esperance incident today Department of Fisheries officers have caught a second large white shark, about three metres in length, in the Wylie Bay area, east of Esperance. Officers caught the shark this evening in the same vicinity as where

Western Australia: More patrols, second shark barrier for South-West

Western Australia: More patrols, second shark barrier for South-West

Media Release Department of Fisheries, Western Australia 26. September 2014 —————————- The following statement was issued by the Premier, the Hon Colin Barnett, MLA Aerial patrols of South-West beaches by SLSWA to start in time for October school holidays State Government will provide additional $650,000 in 2014-15 to SLSWA to extend aerial patrols in the

29th Shark killed on Drumline in Reunion Island

29th Shark killed on Drumline in Reunion Island

Helmut Nickel (mail), Shark Year Magazine, 15. September 2014 Shark Fishing Program in Reunion Island: Two bull sharks and three tiger sharks harvested in less than a week, already 29 large sharks killed since January. In the early morning hours of last thursday, 11. September, two large bull shark were taken by fishermen working for

WA Drumlines: EPA recommends against extending shark catch and kill policy

WA Drumlines: EPA recommends against extending shark catch and kill policy

Media Statement Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) 11. September 2014 —————————- EPA recommends Shark Hazard Mitigation Drum Line proposal should not be implemented Summary: The Environmental Protection Authority has today announced it has recommended the Western Australian Shark Hazard Mitigation Drum Line Program 2014-2017 proposal should not be implemented. Release Date: 11 September 2014 Details: Following

Great White Shark allegedly caught in the Russian Far East – August 2014

Great White Shark allegedly caught in the Russian Far East – August 2014

Russian fishermen reportedly caught an adult Great white shark ( Carcharodon carcharias ) off the coast of Sakhalin which is an island in the North Pacific Ocean. Embedded below is a video showing the landing of the specimen. The footage was uploaded on Youtube on 31. August 2014.

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