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AUSTRALIA
RTX189QL
February 06, 2014
Murdoch, a 7-year-old grey nurse shark eats a fish during feeding time at Manly Sea Life Sanctuary in...
Sydney, Australia
Murdoch, a 7-year-old grey nurse shark eats a fish during feeding time at Manly Sea Life Sanctuary in...
Murdoch, a 7-year-old grey nurse shark eats a fish during feeding time at Manly Sea Life Sanctuary in Sydney, February 6, 2014. Born in captivity, Murdoch is an example of the attraction's breeding program. According to the sanctuary the Grey Nurse shark population are still struggling to recover from targeted hunting in the 1970s and their slow reproductive rate. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
MALAYSIA
RTR20A1X
May 07, 2008
Baby Nurse Sharks are seen on the ocean sea bed off Malaysia's Tioman Island in the South China Sea May...
OFF TIOMAN ISLAND, Malaysia
Baby Nurse Sharks are seen on the ocean sea bed off Malaysia's Tioman Island in the South China Sea
Baby Nurse Sharks are seen on the ocean sea bed off Malaysia's Tioman Island in the South China Sea May 3, 2008. Coral reefs are vulnerable to climate change and without rapid genetic adaptation, they will not survive projected sea temperature increases over the next 50 years, experts say. REUTERS/David Loh (MALAYSIA)
SPAIN/
RTR1SY4B
August 20, 2007
Barcelona Aquarium staff capture a Mediterranean Grey Shark at "Miracle" beach, near Tarragona August...
Tarragona, Spain
Barcelona Aquarium staff capture a Mediterranean Grey Shark at "Miracle" beach, near Tarragona
Barcelona Aquarium staff capture a Mediterranean Grey Shark at "Miracle" beach, near Tarragona August 20, 2007. The shark was seen near the beach several times in the last few days and will be kept in quaratine before being released into open waters, according to aquarium officials. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN)
AUSTRALIA
RTR1968Z
October 11, 2005
Protester Dominic Lo holds a rubber shark whilst wearing his scuba-gear during a protest against the...
Sydney, Australia
Protester Dominic Lo holds a rubber shark whilst wearing his scuba-gear during a protest outside state...
Protester Dominic Lo holds a rubber shark whilst wearing his scuba-gear during a protest against the New South Wales state government's refusal to exclude fishing from areas the endangered Grey Nurse Shark inhabits, outside state parliament in Sydney October 11, 2005. Around 30 protesters stood outside parliament holding signs and chanting slogans calling for marine sanctuaries to be named for the shark. REUTERS/David Gray
AUSTRALIA SHARKS
RTR6OCF
June 30, 2004
A visitor to Sydney's Aquarium watches a sizeable grey nurse shark as it cruises above him in the facility's...
Sydney, Australia
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY AUSTRALIA-SHARKS.
A visitor to Sydney's Aquarium watches a sizeable grey nurse shark as it cruises above him in the facility's walk-through veiwing area in this picture taken in Sydney June 30, 2004. Australia's Nature Conservation Council (NCC) says there are only 300 of the sharks left along Australia's east coast and are calling for the government to establish sanctuaries where the sharks can escape from constant fishing pressure. The NCC is proposing a no-fishing zone around Montague Island, off the far south New South W ales coast to try and save the shark. Picture taken June 30, 2004. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORYAUSTRALIA-SHARKS
AUSTRALIA SHARKS
RTR6OC9
June 30, 2004
A visitor to Sydney's Aquarium watches a sizeable grey nurse shark as it cruises above him in the facility's...
Sydney, Australia
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY AUSTRALIA-SHARKS.
A visitor to Sydney's Aquarium watches a sizeable grey nurse shark as it cruises above him in the facility's walk-through veiwing area in this picture taken in Sydney June 30, 2004. Australia's Nature Conservation Council (NCC) says there are only 300 of the sharks left along Australia's east coast and are calling for the government to establish sanctuaries where the sharks can escape from constant fishing pressure. The NCC is proposing a no-fishing zone around Montague Island, off the far south New South W ales coast to try and save the shark. Picture taken June 30, 2004. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORYAUSTRALIA-SHARKS
AUSTRALIA
RTR5JUW
June 30, 2004
A visitor watches a grey nurse shark as it swims above him at the walk-through viewing area of the Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
VISITOR WATCHES A GREY NURSE SHARK SWIM ABOVE HIM AT SYDNEY AQUARIUM.
A visitor watches a grey nurse shark as it swims above him at the walk-through viewing area of the Sydney Aquarium June 30, 2004. Australia's Nature Conservation Council (NCC) says there are only 300 of the sharks left along Australia's east coast and are calling for the government to establish sanctuaries where the sharks can escape from constant fishing pressure. The NCC is proposing a no-fishing zone around Montague Island, off the far south New South Wales coast to try and save the sharks. REUTERS/Will Burgess WB/FA
AUSTRALIA
RTR5JU8
June 30, 2004
A visitor photographs a grey nurse shark as it swims above him at the viewing area of Sydney Aquarium...
Sydney, Australia
VISITOR PHOTOGRAPHS A GREY NURSE SHARK AT SYDNEY AQUARIUM.
A visitor photographs a grey nurse shark as it swims above him at the viewing area of Sydney Aquarium June 30, 2004. Australia's Nature Conservation Council (NCC) says there are only 300 of the sharks left along Australia's east coast and are calling for the government to establish sanctuaries where the sharks can escape from constant fishing pressure. The NCC is proposing a no-fishing zone around Montague Island, off the far south New South Wales coast to try and save the sharks. REUTERS/Will Burgess WB/FA
AUSTRALIA
RTR5JU3
June 30, 2004
A visitor photographs a grey nurse shark as it swims above him at the viewing area of Sydney Aquarium...
Sydney, Australia
VISITOR PHOTOGRAPHS A GREY NURSE SHARK AT SYDNEY AQUARIUM.
A visitor photographs a grey nurse shark as it swims above him at the viewing area of Sydney Aquarium June 30, 2004. Australia's Nature Conservation Council (NCC) says there are only 300 of the sharks left along Australia's east coast and are calling for the government to establish sanctuaries where the sharks can escape from constant fishing pressure. The NCC is proposing a no-fishing zone around Montague Island, off the far south New South Wales coast to try and save the sharks. REUTERS/Will Burgess WB/FA
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRPASG
October 02, 2003
Welsh rugby players (L-R) Shane Williams, Alix Popham and Rhys Williams
keep an eye on a large grey...
Sydney, Australia
WELSH RUGBY PLAYERS DUCK AS SHARK SWIMS ABOVE THEM DURING AQUARIUM DIVE
IN SYDNEY.
Welsh rugby players (L-R) Shane Williams, Alix Popham and Rhys Williams
keep an eye on a large grey nurse shark during a dive in the Manly
Aquarium on Sydney's north shore October 2, 2003. The aquarium
specialises in supervised dives which give tourists a unique experience
of diving amongst endangered sharks and other marine life. The Rugby
World Cup (RWC) starts October 10. REUTERS/Will Burgess

WB/RCS
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRPAS9
October 02, 2003
Welsh rugby players (L-R) Shane Williams, Alix Popham and Rhys Williams
keep an eye on a large grey...
Sydney, Australia
WELSH RUGBY PLAYERS DUCK AS SHARK SWIMS ABOVE THEM DURING AQUARIUM DIVE
IN SYDNEY.
Welsh rugby players (L-R) Shane Williams, Alix Popham and Rhys Williams
keep an eye on a large grey nurse shark during a dive in the Manly
Aquarium on Sydney's north shore October 2, 2003. The aquarium
specialises in supervised dives which give tourists a unique experience
of diving amongst endangered sharks and other marine life. The Rugby
World Cup (RWC) starts October 10. REUTERS/Will Burgess

WB/RCS
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRPAS5
October 02, 2003
Welsh rugby players (L) Alix Popham and Robert Sidoli watch as a grey
nurse shark swims in front of...
Sydney, Australia
RUGBY PLAYERS FROM WALES WATCH AS A SHARK PASSES OVER THEM DURING
AQUARIUM DIVE IN SYDNEY.
Welsh rugby players (L) Alix Popham and Robert Sidoli watch as a grey
nurse shark swims in front of them and a sting ray passes below during
a dive in the Manly Aquarium on Sydney's north shore October 2, 2003.
The aquarium specialises in supervised dives giving tourists a unique
experience of diving amongst endangered sharks and other marine life.
The Rugby World Cup (RWC) starts October 10. REUTERS/Will Burgess

WB/RCS
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRPAS0
October 02, 2003
Welsh rugby players (L) Alix Popham and Robert Sidoli watch as a grey
nurse shark swims near them during...
Sydney, Australia
RUGBY PLAYERS FROM WALES WATCH AS A SHARK PASSES OVER THEM DURING
AQUARIUM DIVE IN SYDNEY.
Welsh rugby players (L) Alix Popham and Robert Sidoli watch as a grey
nurse shark swims near them during a dive in the Manly Aquarium on
Sydney's north shore October 2, 2003. The aquarium specialises in
supervised dives giving tourists a unique experience of diving amongst
endangered sharks and other marine life. The Rugby World Cup (RWC)
starts October 10. REUTERS/Will Burgess

WB/RCS
SHARKS
RTXM426
August 05, 2003
A tourist looks through a glass tunnel at large Grey Nurse sharks swimming in the Sydney Aquarium August...
Sydney, Australia
A tourist looks through a glass tunnel at large Grey Nurse sharks swimming in the Sydney Aquarium Au.....
A tourist looks through a glass tunnel at large Grey Nurse sharks swimming in the Sydney Aquarium August 5, 2003. The open ocean aquarium is Sydney's most popular paid tourist venue, with over 1.15 million visitors last year. [Tourism employs over half a million Australians and generates A$17 billion (US$11 billion) a year in export income, but the industry is still struggling as it tries to overcome the fear of terrorism and knocks like the SARS virus.]
AUSTRALIA
RTR1AWD
August 05, 2003
A tourist looks through a glass tunnel at large Grey Nurse sharks
swimming in the Sydney Aquarium August...
Sydney, Australia
TOURISTS LOOK AT SHARKS SWIMMING IN THE SYDNEY AQUARIUM.
A tourist looks through a glass tunnel at large Grey Nurse sharks
swimming in the Sydney Aquarium August 5, 2003. The open ocean aquarium
is Sydney's most popular paid tourist venue, with over 1.15 million
visitors last year. Tourism employs over half a million Australians and
generates A$17 billion (US$11 billion) a year in export income, but the
industry is still struggling as it tries to overcome the fear of
terrorism and knocks like the SARS virus. REUTERS/David Gray

DG/TW
AUSTRALIA
RTRHOV4
May 02, 2001
Young children look up at Grey Nurse Sharks swimming overhead at Sydney's Oceanworld Aquarium May 2,...
Sydney, Australia
YOUNG CHILDREN LOOK AT SHARKS SWIMMING OVERHEAD AT SYDNEY'S OCEANWORLD.
Young children look up at Grey Nurse Sharks swimming overhead at Sydney's Oceanworld Aquarium May 2, 2001. The popular tourist attraction is one of the southern hemisphere's largest aquariums, holding around five million litres of water and more than 1500 animals, including Australia's largest captive sharks.

DG
AUSTRALIA
RTRHOUG
May 02, 2001
A young girl looks up at a Grey Nurse Shark and Smooth Ray swim overhead at Sydney's Oceanworld Aquarium...
Sydney, Australia
GIRL LOOKS AT SHARK AND SMOOTH RAY SWIM OVERHEAD AT SYDNEY'S OCEANWORLD.
A young girl looks up at a Grey Nurse Shark and Smooth Ray swim overhead at Sydney's Oceanworld Aquarium May 2, 2001. The popular tourist attraction is one of the southern hemisphere's largest aquariums, holding around five million litres of water and more than 1,500 animals, including Australia's largest captive sharks.

DG/DL
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
SHARKS
RTXGDG4
December 05, 1996
A visitor to the Sydney Aquarium watches a Grey Nurse shark swim past the observation window November...
A visitor to the Sydney Aquarium watches a Grey Nurse shark swim past the observation window Novembe.....
A visitor to the Sydney Aquarium watches a Grey Nurse shark swim past the observation window November 5. The World Wide Fund for Nature has called for tighter international management and monitoring of shark fishing in order to save sharks from extinction. A study has found that few, if any, controls existed to regulate shark fishing, and said demand for shark meat, fins, skin and internal organs was burgeoning.
SHARKS
RTXGQJ5
May 27, 1996
British conservationist David Bellamy watches a grey nurse shark swim past after diving at Sydney's Oceanworld...
British conservationist David Bellamy watches a grey nurse shark swim past after diving at Sydney's .....
British conservationist David Bellamy watches a grey nurse shark swim past after diving at Sydney's Oceanworld aquarium with some 30 sharks May 27. Bellamy is in Australia to promote marine conservation and says Sydney Harbour should be made a marine park for the 2000 Olympics
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