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October 20, 2021

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Trevor Burns, Old Bar

The reason shark attacks are becoming more common is owing to fisheries and governments’ mismanagement by allowing over fishing.

Unsustainable practices such as beach hauling of spewing mullet, prawn hauling in estuaries and prawn trawling with by catch off shore have resulted in severe effects upon the food chain.

This leaves us with hungry sharks.

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