BNT receives global recognition for shark conservation

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April 08, 2015

United Nations ambassadors from ten countries descended on Eleuthera to learn about The Bahamas' shark sanctuary, which was officially established four years ago, and to get lessons from leading research scientists on new discoveries when it comes to sharks. The United Nations Shark Sanctuary Coalition learned about the behavior and life cycle patterns of deep ocean sharks, bull sharks, reef sharks and stingrays and the effects of long-line fishing and how the shark conservation research at Cape Eleuthera Institute will affect policy making.

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News date : 04/08/2015    Category : Animals/Pets, Business, Environment, Nassau Guardian Stories

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