Does this explain the shark problem?

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Does this explain the shark problem?

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Lots of posts across northern Australia about hooked fish being sharked, sharks seem to be in plague proportions and aggressive, but I've no historic data to compare.

The mantra is that sharks are attracted to fishing boats, but there have always been boats.

Maybe this explains it, sharks are getting hungrier? ... https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2 ... 155808.htm


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I hear it's because no one chases them commercially any more
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Might explain at places like Shady Camp where sharks died in gill nets, no nets now so more sharks.
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Record number of sharks caught in nets ... https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... -plus.html
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