Talk:Shark tourism

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I tried to request this article but it was far too complex, so i had a go. I am hoping someone will see it and add some serious work to it. i dont know nothing about this topic but i saw stuff on discovery channel and went to get more info and because i couldnt find the info i did a little reading.---Halaqah 03:43, 20 November 2006 (UTC)

Multiple issues[edit]

A 'multiple issues' template has been added to the article. In particular, the article discuss shark tourism largely from an eco-tourism industry prespective. In contrast, there is not much discussion about the negative aspects of shark tourism. For example, a topical issue here in South Australia is the use of chumming to attract great white sharks. A paper which was prepared for the South Australian Government and which is entitled 'Effects of berleying on the distribution and behaviour of white sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, at the Neptune Islands, South Australia (2011)' discusses evidence that suggests that Great White Shark behaviour has changed due to the practice of berleying. Cowdy001 (talk) 08:09, 19 February 2014 (UTC)