1. High cost to wildlife from shark nets protecting S.Africa beaches  Capital FM Kenya
  2. Shark nets: the 'curtains of death' protecting South Africa's beaches  INQUIRER.net
  3. High cost to wildlife from shark nets protecting SA beaches  Eyewitness News
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Umkomaas, South Africa, Jan 13 - "They're basically curtains of death," said shark diver Walter Bernardis as he reached over the side of his zodiac - Kenya breaking news | Kenya news today | Capitalfm.co.keUmkomaas, South Africa, Jan 13 – “They’re basically curtains of death,” said shark diver Walter Bernardis as he reached over the side of his zodiac inflatable boat to pull up a net bobbing in eastern South Africa’s subtropical waters. The 200-metre (-yard) stretch of mesh is meant to protect swimmers basking on the eastern coast’s […]

High cost to wildlife from shark nets protecting S.Africa beaches » Capital News

Shark nets are meant to protect swimmers basking on the eastern coast's palm-lined beaches from attacks but conservationists say the nets trap any large animal that swims too clobse to shore, making no distinction between sharks, dolphins, dugongs, sea turtles and whales.Shark nets are meant to protect swimmers basking on the eastern coast's palm-lined beaches from attacks but conservationists say the nets trap any large animal that swims too clobse to shore, making no distinction between sharks, dolphins, dugongs, sea turtles and whales.

High cost to wildlife from shark nets protecting SA beaches