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Shark Control Program Shark Catch Statistics by year

The shark control program (SCP) relies on nets or drumlines, or a combination of both, to minimise the threat of shark attack on humans in particular locations. Following is information on numbers and locations of sharks that have been caught by the SCP.

It is important to reduce the inadvertent impacts of the SCP on other marine animals (bycatch) without compromising human safety. Bycatch levels are carefully monitored and research is focused on minimising impacts on non-target species.

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Version 1.0
Security classification PUBLIC
Used in data-driven application NO
Category Public safety
Licence Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
Dataset custodian Agriculture and Fisheries

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Agriculture and Fisheries, Queensland Government, Shark Control Program Shark Catch Statistics by year, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 sourced on 21 April 2019

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