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Public sightings suggest increase in basking sharks in British waters
Date:7/23/2012

Senior Biodiversity Policy Officer.of the Marine Conservation Society said: "These exciting results show that long-term protection for basking sharks seems to be paying off great news to celebrate the 25th anniversary of MCS Basking Shark Watch, which has been supported by thousands of people across the UK. It is only through public participation that we can see this positive change - citizen science works! The industrial demand for basking shark oil is now over, but the large basking shark gatherings we see each summer in our seas are proving to be popular wildlife spectacles. This conservation success means that these harmless giants will be here to be enjoyed by generations to come."


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Contact: Sarah Hoyle
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44-013-927-22062
University of Exeter
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