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Cook Islands supports bid for tighter restrictions on sharks

Saturday 3 December 2022 | Written by Caleb Fotheringham | Published in Environment, National, Regional

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Cook Islands supports bid for  tighter restrictions on sharks
Cook Islands supports the United States of America and Canada’s proposal to ban longliners using shark lines and wire leaders in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean. Pasifika Environews/22120239

Cook Islands supports the United States of America and Canada’s proposal to ban longliners using shark lines and wire leaders in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean in a bid to save critically endangered shark species.

Cook Islands supports the United States of America and Canada’s proposal to ban longliners using shark lines and wire leaders in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean in a bid to save critically endangered shark species.


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