Australia shark tagging boosted after surfer attack

Australia shark tagging boosted after surfer attack

The Australian state of New South Wales has announced new measures to prevent shark attacks on its beaches after a teenage surfer was attacked last week.
Programmes to catch, tag and relocate sharks will be stepped up using baited hooks attached to lines of floating drums, officials say.
The system has proved successful at catching sharks but conservationists say it is harmful to wildlife.
There have been five shark attacks in New South Wales this year, reports say.
Last Monday, a 17-year-old boy was bitten on the leg while surfing off Ballina's Lighthouse Beach, a region that has become... read more

2 October 2016 in World News, Views: 37
Source: BBC

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