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BASEBALL-MLB-SD-SF/
RTS2KPCB
July 03, 2019
Jul 2, 2019; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Padres fan Keane Webre-Hayes waits to throw out the ceremonial...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
MLB: San Francisco Giants at San Diego Padres
Jul 2, 2019; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Padres fan Keane Webre-Hayes waits to throw out the ceremonial first pitch before the game against the San Francisco Giants at Petco Park. Keane was bit by a great white shark nine months ago. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports
BASEBALL-MLB-SD-SF/
RTS2KPCA
July 03, 2019
Jul 2, 2019; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Padres fan Keane Webre-Hayes throws out the ceremonial first...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
MLB: San Francisco Giants at San Diego Padres
Jul 2, 2019; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Padres fan Keane Webre-Hayes throws out the ceremonial first pitch before the game against the San Francisco Giants at Petco Park. Keane was bit by a great white shark nine months ago. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports
BASEBALL-MLB-SD-SF/
RTS2KPC6
July 03, 2019
Jul 2, 2019; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Padres fan Keane Webre-Hayes throws out the ceremonial first...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
MLB: San Francisco Giants at San Diego Padres
Jul 2, 2019; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Padres fan Keane Webre-Hayes throws out the ceremonial first pitch before the game against the San Francisco Giants at Petco Park. Keane was bit by a great white shark nine months ago. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports
BASEBALL-MLB-SD-SF/
RTS2KPC5
July 03, 2019
Jul 2, 2019; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Padres fan Keane Webre-Hayes waves to the crowd before throwing...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
MLB: San Francisco Giants at San Diego Padres
Jul 2, 2019; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Padres fan Keane Webre-Hayes waves to the crowd before throwing out the ceremonial first pitch before the game against the San Francisco Giants at Petco Park. Keane was bit by a great white shark nine months ago. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports
SAFRICA-ABALONE/
RTR3IM0L
March 26, 2014
A conservation official holds a bag of abalone confiscated from suspected poachers in Cape Town March...
Cape Town, South Africa
A conservation official holds a bag of abalone confiscated from suspected poachers in Cape Town
A conservation official holds a bag of abalone confiscated from suspected poachers in Cape Town March 13, 2014. Destined for trendy restaurants in Hong Kong and China, abalone - dubbed "white gold" after its pearly flesh - can fetch up to 4,500 rand ($420) a kg on the South African black market, and nearly three times that in Asia, experts say. Also found in abundance in cold waters off New Zealand, Australia, Japan and the west coast of the United States, abalone from South Africa is considered to be among the best. The hunt is driving the species to the edge of extinction, but fears of being caught - either by coastguards or great white sharks - are relegated to the back of poachers' minds by the glittering prizes on offer. Picture taken March 13, 2014. To match Feature SAFRICA-ABALONE/ REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
SAFRICA-ABALONE/
RTR3IM0I
March 26, 2014
A bag of dried abalone confiscated from suspected poachers is seen in Cape Town March 13, 2014. Destined...
Cape Town, South Africa
A bag of dried abalone confiscated from suspected poachers is seen in Cape Town
A bag of dried abalone confiscated from suspected poachers is seen in Cape Town March 13, 2014. Destined for trendy restaurants in Hong Kong and China, abalone - dubbed "white gold" after its pearly flesh - can fetch up to 4,500 rand ($420) a kg on the South African black market, and nearly three times that in Asia, experts say. Also found in abundance in cold waters off New Zealand, Australia, Japan and the west coast of the United States, abalone from South Africa is considered to be among the best. The hunt is driving the species to the edge of extinction, but fears of being caught - either by coastguards or great white sharks - are relegated to the back of poachers' minds by the glittering prizes on offer. Picture taken March 13, 2014. To match Feature SAFRICA-ABALONE/ REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: CRIME LAW FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SAFRICA-ABALONE/
RTR3IM0G
March 26, 2014
A conservation official holds abalone confiscated from suspected poachers in Cape Town March 13, 2014....
Cape Town, South Africa
A conservation official holds abalone confiscated from suspected poachers in Cape Town
A conservation official holds abalone confiscated from suspected poachers in Cape Town March 13, 2014. Destined for trendy restaurants in Hong Kong and China, abalone - dubbed "white gold" after its pearly flesh - can fetch up to 4,500 rand ($420) a kg on the South African black market, and nearly three times that in Asia, experts say. Also found in abundance in cold waters off New Zealand, Australia, Japan and the west coast of the United States, abalone from South Africa is considered to be among the best. The hunt is driving the species to the edge of extinction, but fears of being caught - either by coastguards or great white sharks - are relegated to the back of poachers' minds by the glittering prizes on offer. Picture taken March 13, 2014. To match Feature SAFRICA-ABALONE/ REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
USA/
RTR37DRX
September 01, 2012
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton,...
Little Compton, UNITED STATES
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach, Rhode Island
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton, Rhode Island September 1, 2012. The team of researchers estimated the 13 ft shark to weigh around 1,600 lbs. REUTERS/Scott Eisen (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS SOCIETY)
USA/
RTR37DRW
September 01, 2012
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton,...
Little Compton, UNITED STATES
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Rhode Island...
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton, Rhode Island September 1, 2012. The team of researchers estimated the 13 ft shark to weigh around 1,600 lbs. REUTERS/Scott Eisen (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS SOCIETY)
USA/
RTR37DP6
September 01, 2012
A researcher dissects a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton, Rhode...
Little Compton, UNITED STATES
A researcher dissects a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Rhode Island
A researcher dissects a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton, Rhode Island September 1, 2012. The team of researchers estimated the 13 ft shark to weigh around 1,600 lbs. REUTERS/Scott Eisen (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS SOCIETY)
USA/
RTR37DP1
September 01, 2012
Beachgoes take pictures with mobile phones of the fin of a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing...
Little Compton, UNITED STATES
Beachgoes take pictures of a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Rhode Island
Beachgoes take pictures with mobile phones of the fin of a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton, Rhode Island September 1, 2012. The team of researchers estimated the 13 ft shark to weigh around 1,600 lbs. REUTERS/Scott Eisen (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS SOCIETY)
USA/
RTR37DOX
September 01, 2012
A researcher examines and dissects a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton,...
Little Compton, UNITED STATES
A researcher examines and dissects a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Rhode Island...
A researcher examines and dissects a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton, Rhode Island September 1, 2012. The team of researchers estimated the 13 ft shark to weigh around 1,600 lbs. REUTERS/Scott Eisen (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS SOCIETY)
USA/
RTR37DOU
September 01, 2012
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton,...
Little Compton, UNITED STATES
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Rhode Island...
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton, Rhode Island September 1, 2012. The team of researchers estimated the 13 ft shark to weigh around 1,600 lbs. REUTERS/Scott Eisen (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS SOCIETY)
USA/
RTR37DOT
September 01, 2012
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton,...
Little Compton, UNITED STATES
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Rhode Island...
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton, Rhode Island September 1, 2012. The team of researchers estimated the 13 ft shark to weigh around 1,600 lbs. REUTERS/Scott Eisen (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS SOCIETY)
USA/
RTR37DOO
September 01, 2012
A crowd of beachgoers watch researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing...
Little Compton, UNITED STATES
Beachgoers watch researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach...
A crowd of beachgoers watch researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton, Rhode Island September 1, 2012. The team of researchers estimated the 13 ft shark to weigh around 1,600 lbs. REUTERS/Scott Eisen (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS SOCIETY)
USA/
RTR37DOF
September 01, 2012
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton,...
Little Compton, UNITED STATES
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton,...
Researchers examine and dissect a Great White Shark that washed up on Goosewing Beach in Little Compton, Rhode Island September 1, 2012. The team of researchers estimated the 13 ft shark to weigh around 1,600 lbs. REUTERS/Scott Eisen (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS SOCIETY)
SAFRICA-SHARKS
RTR317XK
April 25, 2012
Beachgoers walk past colour coded shark warning flags, black indicating poor visibility, on Cape Town's...
Cape Town, South Africa
Beachgoers walk past colour coded shark warning flags, black indicating poor visibility, on Cape Town's...
Beachgoers walk past colour coded shark warning flags, black indicating poor visibility, on Cape Town's Fish Hoek beach, April 25, 2012. Fish Hoek lies on the edge of False Bay, home to a large concentration of Great White sharks. A fatal shark attack a week ago has triggered a wave of anger against the practise of chumming, the luring of great white sharks with a smelly mixture of fish and oil by tour operators and researchers, with surfers and swimmers calling for a ban on the practice. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
SAFRICA-SHARKS
RTR317W5
April 25, 2012
Beachgoers walk past colour coded shark warning flags, black indicating poor visibilty, on Cape Town's...
Cape Town, South Africa
Beachgoers walk past colour coded shark warning flags, black indicating poor visibilty, on Cape Town's...
Beachgoers walk past colour coded shark warning flags, black indicating poor visibilty, on Cape Town's Muizenberg beach, April 25, 2012. Muizeberg lies on the edge of False Bay, home to a large concentration of Great White sharks. A fatal shark attack a week ago has triggered a wave of anger against the practise of chumming, the luring of great white sharks with a smelly mixture of fish and oil by tour operators and researchers, with surfers and swimmers calling for a ban on the practice. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL)
SAFRICA-SHARKS
RTR317VZ
April 25, 2012
Beachgoers sit behind a signboard explaining the colour coded shark warning flags, on Cape Town's Muizenberg...
Cape Town, South Africa
Beachgoers sit behind a sign explaining colour coded shark warning flags, on Cape Town's Muizenberg beach...
Beachgoers sit behind a signboard explaining the colour coded shark warning flags, on Cape Town's Muizenberg beach, April 25, 2012. Muizeberg lies on the edge of False Bay, home to a large concentration of Great White sharks. A fatal shark attack a week ago has triggered a wave of anger against the practise of chumming, the luring of great white sharks with a smelly mixture of fish and oil by tour operators and researchers, with surfers and swimmers calling for a ban on the practice. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR1QQVS
June 13, 2007
A worker ties a fiberglass replica of a Great White shark onto a van in Manila June 13, 2007. The shark,...
Manila, Philippines
A worker ties a fiberglass replica of a Great White shark onto a van in Manila
A worker ties a fiberglass replica of a Great White shark onto a van in Manila June 13, 2007. The shark, along with mini-dinosaurs that are resin-made and displayed along Manila Bay, were dismantled after a year-and-a-half as tourist attractions.
REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR1QQVR
June 13, 2007
Workers sit beside a fiberglass replica of a Great White shark on a van in Manila June 13, 2007. The...
Manila, Philippines
Workers sit beside a fiberglass replica of a Great White shark onto a van in Manila
Workers sit beside a fiberglass replica of a Great White shark on a van in Manila June 13, 2007. The shark, along with mini-dinosaurs that are resin-made and displayed along Manila Bay, were dismantled after a year-and-a-half as tourist attractions.
REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES)
LIFE SHARKS
RTR1JHGH
November 19, 2006
Tourist divers plunge in a shark diving cage off the Farallon Islands 26 miles west of California's coastline,...
FARALLON ISLANDS, UNITED STATES
Tourist divers plunge in a shark diving cage off the Farallon Islands 26 miles west of California's coastline...
Tourist divers plunge in a shark diving cage off the Farallon Islands 26 miles west of California's coastline, November 17, 2006. Shark enthusiasts go there every year from September to November to dive in cages in hopes of seeing a great white shark. But environmentalists want to limit such activities in the future. Photo taken November 17, 2006. REUTERS/Adam Tanner (UNITED STATES)
LIFE SHARKS
RTR1JHGD
November 19, 2006
The crew adjusts a shark diving cage in front of Saddle Rock, part of the Farallon Islands 26 miles west...
FARALLON ISLANDS, UNITED STATES
The crew adjusts a shark diving cage in front of Saddle Rock, part of the Farallon Islands off California...
The crew adjusts a shark diving cage in front of Saddle Rock, part of the Farallon Islands 26 miles west of California's coastline, November 17, 2006. Shark enthusiasts go there every year from September to November to dive in cages in hopes of seeing a great white shark. But environmentalists want to limit such activities in the future. REUTERS/Adam Tanner (UNITED STATES)
SAFRICA
RTR6GML
March 30, 2005
British tourist Chris Sullivan is wheeled by friend Keith Lawson at a Cape Town hospital, March 30, 2005,...
Cape Town, South Africa
British tourist Chris Sullivan is wheeled by friend Keith Lawson at a Cape Town hospital.
British tourist Chris Sullivan is wheeled by friend Keith Lawson at a Cape Town hospital, March 30, 2005, where he is recovering after being attacked by a shark. Sullivan suffered lacerations after he was attacked by what is believed to have been a Great White shark while surfing off the city's Noordhoek beach on Monday. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH/WS
SAFRICA
RTR6GLP
March 30, 2005
British tourist Chris Sullivan sits in a wheel chair at a Cape Town hospital, March 30, 2005, where he...
Cape Town, South Africa
British tourist Chris Sullivan sits in a wheel chair at a Cape Town hospital.
British tourist Chris Sullivan sits in a wheel chair at a Cape Town hospital, March 30, 2005, where he is recovering after being attacked by a shark. Sullivan suffered lacerations after he was attacked by what is believed to have been a Great White shark while surfing off the city's Noordhoek beach on Monday. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH/WS
SAFRICA
RTR6GLD
March 30, 2005
British tourist Chris Sullivan talks to journalists at a Cape Town hospital where he is recovering after...
Cape Town, South Africa
British tourist Chris Sullivan talks to journalists at a Cape Town hospital where he is ...
British tourist Chris Sullivan talks to journalists at a Cape Town hospital where he is recovering after being attacked by a shark. British tourist Chris Sullivan talks to journalists, March 30, 2005, at a Cape Town hospital where he is recovering after being attacked by a shark. Sullivan suffered lacerations after he was attacked by what is believed to have been a Great White shark while surfing off the city's Noordhoek beach on Monday. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA
RTR6GK9
March 30, 2005
British tourist Chris Sullivan talks to journalists at a Cape Town hospital where he is recovering after...
Cape Town, South Africa
British tourist Chris Sullivan talks to journalists at a Cape Town hospital where he is ...
British tourist Chris Sullivan talks to journalists at a Cape Town hospital where he is recovering after being attacked by a shark. British tourist Chris Sullivan is consoled by girlfriend Barbara Robinson as he talks to journalists, March 30, 2005, at a Cape Town hospital where he is recovering after being attacked by a shark. Sullivan suffered lacerations after he was attacked by what is believed to have been a Great White shark while surfing off the city's Noordhoek beach on Monday. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA
RTR6GHJ
March 30, 2005
British tourist Chris Sullivan is wheeled by friend Kieth Lawson at a Cape Town hospital, March 30, 2005,...
Cape Town, South Africa
British tourist Chris Sullivan is wheeled by friend Kieth Lawson at a Cape Town hospital.
British tourist Chris Sullivan is wheeled by friend Kieth Lawson at a Cape Town hospital, March 30, 2005, where he is recovering after being attacked by a shark. Sullivan suffered lacerations after he was attacked by what is believed to have been a Great White shark while surfing off the city's Noordhoek beach on Monday. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH/SM
SAFRICA
RTR6GGS
March 30, 2005
British tourist Chris Sullivan is wheeled by friend Kieth Lawson at a Cape Town hospital, March 30, 2005,...
Cape Town, South Africa
British tourist Chris Sullivan is wheeled by friend Kieth Lawson at a Cape Town hospital.
British tourist Chris Sullivan is wheeled by friend Kieth Lawson at a Cape Town hospital, March 30, 2005, where he is recovering after being attacked by a shark. Sullivan suffered lacerations after he was attacked by what is believed to have been a Great White shark while surfing off the city's Noordhoek beach on Monday. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH/WS
SAFRICA
RTR6GG5
March 30, 2005
British tourist Chris Sullivan talks to journalists at a Cape Town hospital where he is recovering after...
Cape Town, South Africa
British tourist Chris Sullivan talks to journalists at a Cape Town hospital where he is ...
British tourist Chris Sullivan talks to journalists at a Cape Town hospital where he is recovering after being attacked by a shark. British tourist Chris Sullivan, accompanied by girlfriend Barbara Robinson, talks to journalists, March 30, 2005, at a Cape Town hospital where he is recovering after being attacked by a shark. Sullivan suffered lacerations after he was attacked by what is believed to have been a Great White shark while surfing off the city's Noordhoek beach on Monday. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA
RTR6GFW
March 30, 2005
British tourist Chris Sullivan talks to journalists at a Cape Town hospital where he is recovering after...
Cape Town, South Africa
British tourist Chris Sullivan talks to journalists at a Cape Town hospital where he is ...
British tourist Chris Sullivan talks to journalists at a Cape Town hospital where he is recovering after being attacked by a shark. British tourist Chris Sullivan talks to journalists, March 30, 2005, at a Cape Town hospital where he is recovering after being attacked by a shark. Sullivan suffered lacerations after he was attacked by what is believed to have been a Great White shark while surfing off the city's Noordhoek beach on Monday. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA
RTR6GFF
March 30, 2005
British tourist Chris Sullivan talks to journalists at a Cape Town hospital where he is recovering after...
Cape Town, South Africa
British tourist Chris Sullivan talks to journalists at a Cape Town hospital where he is ...
British tourist Chris Sullivan talks to journalists at a Cape Town hospital where he is recovering after being attacked by a shark. British tourist Chris Sullivan talks to journalists, March 30, 2005, at a Cape Town hospital where he is recovering after being attacked by a shark. Sullivan suffered lacerations after he was attacked by what is believed to have been a Great White shark while surfing off the city's Noordhoek beach on Monday. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AUSTRALIA SHARKS
RTR272U
March 06, 2002
A family plays in the water and bathers swim inside a shark-proof
enclosure at Shark Beach in eastern...
Sydney, Australia
PARENTS AND CHILDREN INSIDE A SHARK-PROOF ENCLOSURE IN SYDNEY HARBOUR.
A family plays in the water and bathers swim inside a shark-proof
enclosure at Shark Beach in eastern Sydney March 6, 2002. Reported
sightings of a 2.5 metre (8 foot) long shark that some people say may
be a Great White have raised the stakes for the fleets of yachtsmen,
kayakers and swimmers that ply the waters of Sydney Harbour.
REUTERS/Tim Wimborne

TBW/PB
SAFRICA
RTRKUKB
July 18, 2001
Researchers Mike Meyer (L), Stephen Swanson (C) and Ryan Johnston (R)
prepare to perform an autopsy...
Cape Town, South Africa
RESEARCHERS PERFORM AN AUTOPSY ON A GREAT WHITE SHARK.
Researchers Mike Meyer (L), Stephen Swanson (C) and Ryan Johnston (R)
prepare to perform an autopsy on a 3.5 metre long female Great White
Shark found in fishing nets off the coastal town of Mossel bay, July
17, 2001. The Great White, despite having an often unjustified
reputation as a "maneater", is a protected species in South Africa and
occupies a unique position at the top of the marine food chain.

MH/
SAFRICA
RTRKUK6
July 17, 2001
Researchers Dr Leonard Compangnio and Stephen Swanson perform an
autopsy on a 3.5 meter long female...
Cape Town, South Africa
RESEARCHERS PERFORM AN AUTOPSY ON A GREAT WHITE SHARK.
Researchers Dr Leonard Compangnio and Stephen Swanson perform an
autopsy on a 3.5 meter long female Great White Shark found in fishing
nets off the coastal town of Mossel bay, July 17, 2001. The Great
White, despite having an often unjustified reputation as a "maneater",
is a protected species in South Africa and occupies a unique position
at the top of the marine food chain.

MH/
SHARKS
RTXJFVV
January 17, 2000
A 3.5 metre Great White Shark plunges beneath a diving cage off Gansbaai about 200 kilometres east of...
Cape Town, South Africa - Republic of South Africa
A 3.5 metre Great White Shark plunges beneath a diving cage off Gansbaai about 200 kilometres east o.....
A 3.5 metre Great White Shark plunges beneath a diving cage off Gansbaai about 200 kilometres east of Cape Town. Hunted to the brink of extinction in the 1970's and 1980's, the Great White is now a protected species in many parts of the world. In South Africa shark cage diving forms a growing business in the eco- and adventure tourism industries. PICTURE TAKEN 14DEC99.
SAFRICA SHARK
RTRD6A
January 17, 2000
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-SAFRICA-SHARK - A 3.5 metre Great White Shark plunges beneath a diving cage...
Cape Town, South Africa - Republic of South Africa
A GREAT WHITE SHARK PLUNGES BENEATH A DIVERS CAGE.
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-SAFRICA-SHARK - A 3.5 metre Great White Shark plunges beneath a diving cage off Gansbaai about 200 kilometres east of Cape Town. Hunted to the brink of extinction in the 1970's and 1980's, the Great White is now a protected species in many parts of the world. In South Africa shark cage diving forms a growing business in the eco-and adventure tourism industries. PICTURE TAKEN 14DEC99.

MH/
CHINA
RTXJ0KW
May 30, 1999
A man and his grandson examine a life-size model of a great white shark on display in front of Beijing's...
Beijing, China
A man and his grandson examine a life-size model of a great white shark on display in front of Beiji.....
A man and his grandson examine a life-size model of a great white shark on display in front of Beijing's newly built aquarium May 30. The aquarium, which opened last March, has more than 1000 species of fish and ocean life and cost more than 100 million dollars to build. The Aquarium expects to turn a profit in 10 to 13 years.
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CHINA
RTRPLZ4
May 30, 1999
A man and his grandson examine a life-size model of a great white shark on display in front of Beijing's...
Beijing, China
MAN AND HIS GRANDSON ADMIRE MODEL OF GREAT WHITE SHATK IN BEIJNG.
A man and his grandson examine a life-size model of a great white shark on display in front of Beijing's newly built aquarium May 30. The aquarium, which opened last March, has more than 1000 species of fish and ocean life and cost more than 100 million dollars to build. The Aquarium expects to turn a profit in 10 to 13 years.

NB/CC/AA
RTRIJYM
October 21, 1998
Bryant Davies, 76, of Melbourne stands near a poster of a great white shark outside the city's central...
Australia
A GREAT WHITE SHARK POSTER PROMOTING STAMPS IN MELBOURNE.
Bryant Davies, 76, of Melbourne stands near a poster of a great white shark outside the city's central post office October 21. The shark is part of a promotion for a new stamp issue due at the end of the month featuring inhabitants of the oceans surrounding Australia. Much of the country's unique flora and fauna has been the subject of illustrations for stamps.

WB/JIR
RTRA581
January 06, 1998
Beachgoers surround a dead Great White Shark on Macassar beach, near Cape Town January 3. Bathers allegedly...
South Africa
BEACHGOERS SURROUND A DEAD GREAT WHITE SHARK
Beachgoers surround a dead Great White Shark on Macassar beach, near Cape Town January 3. Bathers allegedly beat the 4.4 metre shark to death after it had drifted into the shallows in distress. The Great White is a protected species in South Africa. Photo taken 3JAN98.

SAFRICA SHARK
RTREZLL
January 03, 1998
Beachgoers surround a dead Great White Shark on Macassar beach, near Cape Town January 3, 1998. Bathers...
Australia
SHARK WASHED UP ON SOUTH AFRICAN BEACH.
Beachgoers surround a dead Great White Shark on Macassar beach, near Cape Town January 3, 1998. Bathers allegedly beat the 4.4 metre shark to death after it had drifted into the shallows in distress. The Great White is a protected species in South Africa.

CLH/
RTR9PFE
December 18, 1997
FILE PHOTO 27MAY96 - British conservationist David Bellamy watches a Grey Nurse Shark at Sydney's Oceanworld...
Australia
FILE PHOTO OF DAVID BELLAMY LOOKING AT A GREY NURSE SHARK
FILE PHOTO 27MAY96 - British conservationist David Bellamy watches a Grey Nurse Shark at Sydney's Oceanworld aquarium. The Grey Nurse and Great White Sharks have both been listed by Australia as "vulnerable" under its endangered species laws, with fines of A$50,000 (US$33,000) for killing either shark.

AUSTRALIA SHARK
BRITAIN
RTXFBPF
June 27, 1994
Mounted Police in Wimbledon park examine the "Landshark", a thirty foot long road vehicle designed look...
Mounted Police in Wimbledon park examine the "Landshark", a thirty foot long road vehicle designed l.....
Mounted Police in Wimbledon park examine the "Landshark", a thirty foot long road vehicle designed look like a Great White shark, June 27th
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