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South Africa: Surf-skiers involved in a shark encounter at Robberg

South Africa: Surf-skiers involved in a shark encounter at Robberg

News Release National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) 22. April 2016 ————— Shark encounter At 08h36, Friday, 22nd April, NSRI Plettenberg Bay duty crew were activated following reports of 5 surf-skiers involved in a shark encounter at Robberg at The Wreck, about 400 meters off-shore of Robberg Beach. NSRI Plettenberg Bay responded to the scene and...

European Commission adopts report on the implementation of the updated shark finning Regulation

European Commission adopts report on the implementation of the updated shark finning Regulation

Press Release European Commission 15. April 2016 ——————— The European Commission today adopted a report on the implementation of the EU’s shark finning Regulation. Based on information provided by EU Member States, the report concludes that no systematic shark finning – the removal of fins and the discarding of the carcasses at sea –...

Shark Spotters Programme nets Gold Innovation Award for beach tourism

Shark Spotters Programme nets Gold Innovation Award for beach tourism

Media Release City of Cape Town 11. April 2016 ———————- The City of Cape Town’s partner, the Shark Spotters, has been recognised for their valuable contribution to enhancing the safety of all visitors to in-shore areas. This includes their implementation of the effective shark exclusion net, public education programmes, and cutting-edge research. The City...

New insight into white shark behaviour

New insight into white shark behaviour

Media Release Hon Joe Francis MLA Minister for Emergency Services; Fisheries; Corrective Services; Veterans 07. April 2016 ——————— Research data released from nearly 180,000 detections of tagged sharks Tagged sharks monitored by satellite-linked and data-recording receivers Information helps to build picture of shark movements in WA   A seven-year shark monitoring research program has provided...

NOAA: Bigeye and common thresher shark not warranted for Endangered Species Act listing

NOAA: Bigeye and common thresher shark not warranted for Endangered Species Act listing

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration RIN 0648–XD680 Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Notice of 12-Month Finding on Petitions to List the Common Thresher Shark and Bigeye Thresher Shark as Threatened or Endangered Under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) AGENCY: National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA),...

Hawaii: Snorkeler bitten on the fin by shark off Olowalu

Hawaii: Snorkeler bitten on the fin by shark off Olowalu

News Release Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) 31. March 2016 —————— SHARK WARNING SIGNS POSTED TODAY AT OLOWALU SHORELINE, MAUI  HONOLULU –  The Department of Land and Natural Resources has posted shark warning signs this afternoon on the west Maui coastline from Lone Pine (milepost 13 on Honoapi‘ilani Highway)  to the Olowalu...

NSW: Surfer attacked by shark at Kiama

NSW: Surfer attacked by shark at Kiama

Media Release NSW Police Force 30. March 2016 ————————- Man injured in shark attack – Lake Illawarra Emergency services have responded to reports of a man who was attacked by a shark at Kiama this evening. Shortly after 7pm today (Wednesday 30 March 2016) a 22-year-old Kiama Downs man was surfing in the ocean...

Where have the largest whale sharks gone?

Where have the largest whale sharks gone?

MEDIA STATEMENT The University of Western Australia (UWA) 23. March 2016 ———————– Researchers from The University of Western Australia and the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) have raised concerns about the whereabouts of the world’s biggest whale sharks after finding that the largest sharks observed in recent years were smaller than those recorded...

Interference with shark control equipment at the Sunshine Coast and Bribie Island

Interference with shark control equipment at the Sunshine Coast and Bribie Island

News Release Fisheries Queensland 15. March 2016 ———————- Report interference with shark control drumlines The removal of several hooks, buoys and drumlines at the Sunshine Coast and Bribie Island this week has prompted calls for members of the public to report interference with shark control drumlines. Fisheries Queensland spokesperson said with high numbers of...

Scientists Used High Tech Ultrasound Imaging to Study Tiger Shark Reproduction

Scientists Used High Tech Ultrasound Imaging to Study Tiger Shark Reproduction

Press Release University of Miami 26. February 2016 ———————— Researchers performed in-water ultrasounds on tiger sharks in the wild to study their reproduction MIAMI – Researchers from the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science and the University of New England used the same ultrasound imaging technology used by medical professionals...

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