sharks

Oct. 16/11

Scarborough Sea Life Centre declared a ‘JAWS’ amnesty for the duration of European Shark Week, which began yesterday.

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Oct. 14/11

Meet Finn and Finley, Project AWARE Sharks on Tour

They have a hammer-like shape head, a trendy Hawaiian look, and they are on a mission to spread the word that sharks need urgent protection!

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Oct. 10/11

As part of the new focus on shark conservation, Project AWARE just launched a new distinctive specialty course: AWARE Shark Conservation Diver.

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Date: 
Mar. 01/12
Location: 
PLayas del Coco, Costa Rica
main street Rich Coast Diving
Playas del Coco 5019
Costa Rica
10° 36' 23.832" N, 85° 39' 37.44" W

SEE OUR SEA

4 days of Ocean information, in favor of the sharks and turtles, with help from all local organizations & the artist Carlos Hiller.  Together we will try to collect money for Mision Tiburon so they can tag all the Bull Sharks at the Bat islands.

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Oct. 03/11

The Marshall Islands government has created the world's largest shark sanctuary, covering nearly two million sq km (750,000 sq miles) of ocean.

The Pacific republic will ban trade in shark products and commercial shark fishing throughout its waters.

Tourism, including diving, is a staple of the Marshall Islands archipelago, which is home to just 68,000 people.

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Sep. 30/11

Sharks are in big trouble on the Great Barrier Reef and worldwide, according to an Australian-based team who have developed a world-first way to measure rates of decline in shark populations.

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Sep. 19/11

As the annual meeting of Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organizations (NAFO) begins today in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Project AWARE, Shark Advocates International, and other like-minded NGOs have asked for science based catch limits on threatened thorny skates.

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Aug. 21/11

TELL this grey nurse shark that it's a protected species in NSW and it may find the news hard to swallow.

The Greens MP Cate Faehrmann, also in the frame, found the shark with a fishing hook in its mouth during a dive last week on the north coast.

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Aug. 18/11

On August 15th 2011, Project AWARE Foundation and Shark Advocates International sent a letter to the United States Fish And Wildlife Service as part of a public comment process regarding potential U.S. proposals for listing sharks and other species under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES).

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Katie (a volunteer at the school) and DM Sami had their hands full teaching the local kids at the Mana Island School about sharks and how important they are to the oceans around us.

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