A 1960’s news picture that possibly inspired Woollahra council to build a shark-proof swimming enclosure at Camp Cove, inside the heads at Sydney Harbor.
I often read 80 million sharks are being killed every year. But how trustworthy are such figures?
Are small sharks included in the count – and who does the counting?
Here’s a YouTube video showing Cat sharks destined for a restaurant in Taipei. These are like little wobbegong sharks. A bottom dwelling species. It’s also an example of the shortage of reef fish everywhere in the world these days. Few people would eat shark if better things were being caught.
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