Simon Reeve with a dead juvenile Great White Shark, at the headquarters of the Natal Sharks Board in South Africa. The shark was caught in a system of shark nets introduced to the sea off the city of Durban after a series of attacks in the 1950s which killed seven people. But far from being just a protective barrier, shark nets around the world actually kill thousands of marine creatures every year. They also reinforce the idea that only a sea free of sharks is safe water.
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