Trek net fishing

Trek net fishing

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Credit: PETER CHADWICK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Trek net fishing. Fishermen pulling in empty nets from the shore. Trek net fishing off Cape Town's beaches has a long history and is integral to the city's social and economic development. However, there has been speculation that the activity of bringing in large schools of fish encourages sharks to come nearer the shore. Photographed at False Bay, South Africa.

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