Bloemfontein - Free State Cheetahs coach Rory Duncan on Sunday welcomed the two points earned after the intense 30-30 Currie Cup draw against the Sharks in Bloemfontein on Saturday. The Cheetahs dominated early courtesy of two tries by veteran ... News24, 12 hours ago
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Oceanic whitetip sharks are usually killed for their fins, which are often used in soup All trade in five named species of sharks is to be regulated from now on, in a significant step forward for conservation. Without a permit confirming that these ...BBC, 1 day ago Greater protection for threatened shark New Zealand Herald, 1 day ago A step forward in shark conservation Digital Journal, 5 hours ago Sharks and Manta Rays Are Now More Protected The Guardian Express, 10 hours ago
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Sharks are safe now from a deadly shark cull that killedmany of them in Western Australia. Seven people had beenbeen attackedby sharks in the last three years in Western Australia, a fact which led the government to spend $1.3 million on a ...The Guardian Express, 9 hours ago Shark cull programme to be halted by Western Australia Irish Times, 2 days ago Shark Cull Abandoned in Australia as Policy Debunked as Flawed Bloomberg, 2 days ago West Australia scraps divisive shark cull policy Japan Times, 2 days ago
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The World Green Organization made the call yesterday as five more shark species were added to a historic agreement aimed at safeguarding some of the world's most threatened creatures. The organization's chief executive, William Yu Yuen-ping, said ...Hong Kong Standard, 8 hours ago
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Gallo Images Shaun Venter of the Cheetahs weighs up his options during the Currie Cup clash against the Sharks in Bloemfontein on Saturday. Bloemfontein Free State Cheetahs coach Rory Duncan welcomed the two points earned after the intense ...Cape Times, 17 hours ago
The Sharks drew first blood after a helter skelter start on both sides, with fly half Lionel Cronje kicking a penalty in the eighth minute to give the Durban based side the early lead. The Cheetahs quickly regrouped and put together useful phases of ...Citizen.co.za, 1 day ago Cheetahs, Sharks share spoils News24, 1 day ago Sharks salvage dramatic draw eHowzit, 1 day ago Cheetahs snatch draw against Sharks Yahoo! News, 1 day ago
The first evidence has emerged that the fierce Spinosaurus, larger than the T rex, ate prehistoric sharks.
There once was a dinosaur, bigger than a T. rex, that swam with the sharks - and ate them for dinner. The first evidence that a fierce and well-known meat-munching dinosaur, Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, was adapted for both land and water was featured ...IAfrica.com, 1 day ago A dinosaur that ate sharks...? IAfrica.com, 2 days ago It swam. It was bigger than a T. rex. It ate sharks. It was found by luck. Washington Post, 2 days ago The Dinosaur That Had Sharks For Dinner NDTV, 3 days ago
Graeme Pateman, the professional fisherman who checked the drum lines in WA's South-West, revealed he lost a friend to a shark. Picture: Matthew Poon Source: News Corp Australia THE professional fisherman who monitored shark drum lines off WA's ...Perth Now, 1 day ago WA shark drum-line plan 'poor' West Australian, 3 days ago WA shark drum-line plan 'poor' (The West Australian) West Australian, 3 days ago
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