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Swimming with Whale Sharks

This Friday the 8th of August, Wendy Rainbird (Nature and Society Forum) will be leading a discussion on “Swimming with Whale Sharks: the place of direct experience in valuing and understanding the natural world”.

“Why is the world’s largest fish now vulnerable to extinction? One of the most successful Australian conservation campaigns has been Ningaloo Reef out from North West Cape (Exmouth) in Western Australia, where whale sharks aggregate and migrate annually. This Friday’s Forum will explore the issues for effective on-going conservation management, human interactions with and threats to the whale sharks, and the changes these bring to oceanic ecosystems, political processes and personal values (there will be a short video of swimming with whale sharks).”


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