Thu, 28 Feb 2013 10:13a.m.
A shark expert says yesterday's fatal attack at Muriwai Beach was most likely carried out by a great white.
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5/03/2013 8:26:11 p.m.
I read somewhere that bronze whaler is a term used in differing countries referring to deferent species of sharks. Given the number of bronzies around swimmers every year it here I think the experts opinion of great white makes more sence - despite the report which I suspect would b difficult to prove.
28/02/2013 10:21:34 p.m.
The DR wrote:
So now our police can shoot a endangered protected species
28/02/2013 11:17:05 a.m.
this guy needs to google "bronze whaler attack", they most certainly do attack people sorry mr expert
28/02/2013 11:01:42 a.m.
Matt Paulin wrote:
Possibly. It is just very bad luck, wrong place wrong time. There are over 360 species of shark, only about 5-7 of which are dangerous. You have nearly 5x the chance of being killed by lightning as you do of shark attack. Sharks have more to fear from us!
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