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The Science Inside: Shark Attacks

Following the recent incident of Australian surfer Mick Fanning in Jeffrey’s Bay punching a shark and surviving, today’s show is all about sharks.

The team finds out how Shark Spotters are keeping Cape Town's beaches safe; the KZN Sharks Board explains shark nets and why animals are dying in them and we hear from a diver who isn't afraid of sharks and a scientist who studies sharks' characters:


This article first appeared on 702 : The Science Inside: Shark Attacks


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The Science Inside: Mass Trauma & Mining

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