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Escape is very difficult to negotiate, underwater. by fehgnee on Flickr.
Removal of baited hooks could be ordered, but state government resolves to keep ‘important public safety program’ in place.
Bad news for sharks that present little threat to the humans that the cull is supposed to protect.
The Australian government believes that culling sharks will decrease shark attacks, but they’ve done absolutely no progress in doing so and they are destroying conservation efforts that have already been placed for sharks—several famous marine biologists and other famous representatives have spoken out against this.
This is unhealthy for the environment as sharks are a huge part of the marine ecosystem and a majority of the Australian population disapprove of this, so why do they keep doing it?
It just makes me upset because they keep doing it to protect “tourism” but for me, that was what Australia was all about. If I visited, I would have wanted to visit for the sharks and how successful they are in that area. But this is just ridiculous and it should stop immediately.