Shark Attack

For our full Online Curriculum check out http://www.coachestrainingroom.com Dimensions:30x 30 Yards (adjust this area size based on the number and age of the players). In each corner of the area place a 5×5 yard square using cones, these are the safe ‘islands’. How to: Each player has a ball apart from one who starts in the centre as a shark. The shark begins the game by shouting “Shark attack!” on this cue, each player with a ball must leave the safety of their own island and attempt to reach another…

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Sand Tiger Sharks | SHARK ACADEMY

Another exciting Shark Academy introduces viewers to the Sand Tiger shark, an animal with a confusing name and the peculiar reproductive strategy known as “intrauterine cannibalism.” ********************************************************************** If you like Jonathan Bird’s Blue World, join us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/BlueWorldTV Or Twitter! Tweets by BlueWorld_TV On the Web: http://www.blueworldTV.com ********************************************************************** source

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How SMART drumlines prevent shark attacks in Australia

Australia has the highest number of fatal shark attacks in the world. For this reason, the NSW government responded by investing AUD 16 million to protect people against shark attacks in August 2015. Part of that strategy includes SMART drumlines. This technology differs greatly from traditional drumlines in that it provides a real-time alert when a shark is caught. The detected sharks can then be marked with direction-finding tags and released alive. Marine Instruments developed a GPS buoy that is being used in the SMART drumlines system. Panasonic batteries in…

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