GREAT WHITE SHARKS NEED OUR HELP

May 17, 2011 by dyertrust

New shark research programme launched in South AfricaPioneering research studying the behaviour of Great White Sharks has been launched by a conservation charity, theDyer Island Conservation Trust(www.dict.org.za) at Gansbaai - close to the very tip of Africa.

This world-class programme is being conducted amongst the world's densest population ofGreat White Sharksby our resident team ofmarine biologistsfrom the Trust's research boat Lwazi (Knowledge) .

The work, which is being done in co-operation with universities in South Africa, is described by marine biologist,Alison Towner.Click here to view.

We rely totally on donations from individuals, organisations and companies to make this vitally important research possible.

You can help by purchasing research blocks within the bay for only ZAR 150, 15, Euros 15, US$ 20 each. Simply go towww.dict.org.zaand click onSupport our Shark Research
You will receive a certificate which is also an ideal and usual gift!!

Help us discover more and protect the Great White shark - your choice helps make the difference