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TIS staff support shark research

Wednesday 8 February 2017 | Published in Environment

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TIS staff support shark research
Jess and her crew retrieve the aluminium frame that has an underwater video camera attached to it. Also attached to the frame is a pole that has a container full of chopped fi sh bait at the end of it, which could be considered the “bait''. 1702023

This column is supplied by Te Ipukarea Society. It discusses conservation and environmental matters of concern to the Cook Islands.

This column is supplied by Te Ipukarea Society. It discusses conservation and environmental matters of concern to the Cook Islands.


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