MARK SAMPSON & NIK RABINOWITZ – COMEDY IN AID OF SHARK SPOTTERS

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High shark activity

Fish Hoek area is currently experiencing higher than normal shark activity. Shark Spotters and trek net fishermen have recorded five sightings since Saturday 1 May and two sightings in Muizenberg on 2 May. The sharks have been seen following schools of yellowtail that are currently being caught in large numbers close to shore along the Fish Hoek side of the False Bay coast. Waters users are asked...

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White shark injured by spearfisherman

A spearfisherman had an encounter with a white shark off Millers Point near Simonstown today. The shark did not behave aggressively, but due to having friends in the water close by the spearfisherman said that he decided to shoot the shark to chase it out of the area. The spearfisherman said the spear went in about 40 cm in front of the gills and behind the eye. The extent of the injury is...

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Pioneering shark spotter programme presented to an international audience

On 15 February Alison Kock, Research Director for Shark Spotters and Project Leader of the Save Our Seas funded White Shark Research Programme in Cape Town, gave a presentation to a sold out audience of over 300 people in Sarasota, USA. Mote has been a leader in marine research since it was founded in 1955 by legendary shark researcher Dr. Eugenie Clark. Today it has evolved into seven research...

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Reef Sponsors Shark Spotters

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City warns beach users of high shark activity

CITY OF CAPE TOWN MEDIA RELEASE 04 FEBRUARY 2010 City warns beach users of high shark activity The City of Cape Town would like to warn beach users of high shark activity on the False Bay coast observed during the past few days, especially at Fish Hoek, St. James and Muizenberg beaches. This increased shark activity is most likely the result of high biological activity in the Bay, such as the...

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