BIRDLIFE OVERBERG RAISES R10000 FOR THE SHARK RESEARCH
December 09, 2010 by dyertrust
The past year has seen Anton Odendaal ofSaturday 11th December 2010 marked the first annual Bronzie Competition, with theDespite this the day was a success with 11 sharks caught and 2 sharks tagged by team I, including one of the largest sharks caught on the day – a 2.55 metre female. The data will be collated by Meaghen McCord of SASC, who uses the physical data and collates movements of individuals; and Adrian Hewitt of Save Our Seas, who uses the genetic data. Ongoing research helps us to better understand the sharks found in the waters around South Africa.
Written by: Nick Jones