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Reports of great whites finned alive cement case for cameras on boats
White Sharks are Here to Stay in New England
South Australia’s top wildlife experiences
Wildlife death toll continues to rise in NSW shark nets program
White Shark Confirmed Responsible for Bite Following Death of Surfer at Wooli Beach
Targeted tagging of white sharks takes WA total to 115
White shark confirmed responsible for bite following death of surfer in Northern NSW
6 Reasons To Road-Trip In South Australia This Winter
Fossils found in Bayside: rock-solid evidence of ancient animals
Prehistoric Giant Fish Was a Suspension Feeder
SMART drumline trial to be extended by 12 months
Giant teenage shark from Dinosaur-era
How To Support Tourism Industry From Home
Facebook Live With Rodney Fox
Alarm over number of juvenile white sharks caught on fishing lines
Shark drumlines returned to beaches in Great Barrier Reef Marine Park
Shark drumlines returned to CQ beaches within Marine Park
Shark drumlines returned to Mackay beaches within Marine Park
Shark drumlines returned to FNQ beaches within Marine Park
Spot sharks at your local Stockland retail centre
Shark-proof wetsuit one step closer to reality
Lonesome no more: white sharks hang with buddies
Major global study shows Australia’s shark hotspots need protection from industrial fishing
Sounds of Science: Acoustic tags reveal Dungeness crab range – and some interesting visitors
Maritime Museum Transforms into a Winter Wonderland for School Holidays
A good eye for sizing up sharks
Shark drumlines a success over summer
Footage released of dead marine life as shark nets removed from NSW beaches
$8 million boost for WA’s scientific shark hazard mitigation strategy
Surf’s up, be safe and save: 500 more personal shark deterrents available
Sink or swim? White sharks do both