South Africa’s new shark-protection campaign, Shark Attack, will see the better conservation of the country’s 69 endemic shark species.
Th initiative is aimed at educating South Africans on the important role these predators play in oceans-ecology.
Communications director at Wild Oceans, Lauren van Nijkerk says education plays an important role in ensuring the survival of these under-researched sea-dwellers.
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