Lethal or not? Australia’s beaches are a crucible for shark control methods

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By Nick Rodway The Australian states of New South Wales and Queensland, which make up the nation’s entire eastern seaboard, have had an uneasy relationship with sharks since they implemented safety measures last century. The governments of both states conduct shark control programs that aim to protect beachgoers by deterring “target” species identified as dangerous to humans, such as the tiger (Galeocerdo cuvier) and great white (Carcharodon carcharias). Both states’ methods can be lethal, not only for target sharks but for other protected marine life, drawing condemnation from conservationist…

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