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April 09, 2014
A lemon shark swims above shark attack policy researcher from the University of Sydney Christopher Neff...
Sydney, Australia
A lemon shark swims above shark researcher from the University of Sydney Neff at the Sydney Aquarium
A lemon shark swims above shark attack policy researcher from the University of Sydney Christopher Neff at the Sydney Aquarium April 9, 2014. Australia ranks high in global charts of shark attacks and is currently running an aggressive culling drive against the marine predator, but a new survey conducted by Neff says many Australians aren't really that worried about them although the largest shark culling drive in the world is currently under way in Western Australia, where attacks are most common. Forty-five sharks have been killed there so far this year after being caught on baited drum lines the state government wants to extend for three years. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS EDUCATION)
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