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Trip to Penryhn proves problematic

Wednesday 7 February 2018 | Published in Outer Islands

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Trip to Penryhn proves problematic
PhD student Jess Cramp releases a sharpnose shark in Exmouth Australia. She is now waiting for a vessel to take her to Penrhyn. PHOTO: Silas Mountford 18020629

A shark researcher is one of several people stranded on Rarotonga because of the lack of a regular shipping service to Penrhyn.

A shark researcher is one of several people stranded on Rarotonga because of the lack of a regular shipping service to Penrhyn.


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