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Paul de Gelder
Ex Aussie Army Paratrooper Navy Clearance Diver Shark attack survivor Author- ASNsponsored Motivational speaker & TV presenter. In LA 🌱based
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Paul de Gelder 18h
I believe the permits were obtained by the same organisation that has has Mako Shark as a smart seafood choice on their website. Working with people that mass kill sharks for fun and then claim 'research' is my problem, not science and scientists.
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Paul de Gelder 19h
Sorry David but you can't convince me that working with people that do this for 'therapy' is in sharks best interest. It's dispicable.
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Paul de Gelder 19h
My concern is scientists that conduct mass killings in the name of science and those that defend them.
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Paul de Gelder Sep 18
A great day for sharks and the Great Barrier Reef. Shame on you Thankyou
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Arnold Sep 18
Good luck with Rambo this weekend, . I loved it, and when it’s a hit I’m going to buy you a new knife to celebrate.
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Paul de Gelder Sep 17
Research doesn't mean killing what you study.
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Paul de Gelder Sep 17
NOAA also has mako Shark as a smart seafood choice on their website and now they're listed as endangered.
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Paul de Gelder Sep 17
Apparently this is what they call 'science' in North Carolina. 164 dead sharks and a protected Great White that looks like it's next.
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Paul de Gelder Sep 17
Absolutely, it gives them a home and somewhere to hunt. Unfortunately then along comes humans to re-unbalance the reef with their fishing.
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TFN Sep 17
Replying to @AP @PauldeGelder
the efforts in Jamaica to restore coral reefs seem like something you guys can use to help the world's shark populations. Saw an interesting program recently where a restored reef helped restore a dwindling population of sharks, definitely something to look into!
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PADI Sep 17
"Stop considering and get your ass in gear. There is nothing holding you back except your own insecurities."
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Blue Planet Society Sep 15
"A plate of fish and chips is increasingly likely to expose people to untreatable bacteria because of the spread of superbugs at sea, new research has found"
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EJF Sep 15
Watch our latest film on how industrial trawlers in Ghanaian waters are depleting the oceans and robbing local canoe fishers of their livelihoods
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Arron Crascall Sep 15
PET PROBLEMS!!!!! 😵🦖😵
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Blue Planet Society Sep 16
Whilst we continue to focus on catch and kill fishing for threatened species, we've always said that angling represents a significant animal welfare problem that can no longer be ignored by mainstream wildlife conservation orgs/activists
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Charlie Huveneers Sep 15
PhD opportunity within : Effects of wildlife tourism on white sharks. 20 yrs sighting data; 6 yrs of acoustic data 2 yrs of fine-scale positioning data; bioenergetics from accelerometers. Contact: Charlie.huveneers@flinders.edu.au with CV and exp. of interest
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Paul de Gelder Sep 12
Replying to @awestpatterson
Thankyou☺️
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Paul de Gelder Sep 12
Such a great day with amazing speakers and attendees as well.
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Carly Spade Sep 12
I've just been informed today is . A day to take a moment and ask one simple question to your family and friends. One question can make all the difference. So, are you okay? Thanks
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Stu ✖️ⓥ✖️🇬🇧 Sep 11
Next on the list of audiobooks I’ve eventually got around to listening to - No Time For Fear by
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