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Does Burley/Chum Change Shark Behaviour?
« on: 07/09/2010 18:02:47 »
Burling (known as "chumming" outside Australia) is the act of allowing the scent of bait into the water to attract sharks and other animals for fishing, study and tourism.  But does the ever present smell of food, and lack of ultimate reward, change shark behaviour?  Flinders University researcher Charlie Huveneers hopes to find out...
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