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SA shark sightings on par with previous years but use of social media creating fear
Surf Life Saving SA president Shane Daw said the number of sharks spotted at South Australian beaches is low and on par with previous years.
But the use of social media by police and surf lifesavers to consistently update the public on both confirmed and unconfirmed shark sightings has created more awareness and, in some isabel marant sneaker sale cases, greater fear, Mr Daw said.
"I think community information is creating a lot more awareness," he said. "In some instances that's good (while) other people are probably becoming more fearful.
"We've had a few inquiries and like air max 1 we've said to people, we've seen roughly the same number that we've seen any other year."
"I had someone the other day say, 'Wow, there has been all these sightings lately'.
"(But) we've actually had a look and say it's pretty much cheap mulberry handbags on par with every other year," Mr Daw said. "It's just Twitter and isabel marant sneakers air max 97 Facebook weren't posting all their things previously."
The latest unconfirmed shark sighting was reported at the southern end of Maslin Beach about 8.30am yesterday - when a person spotted movement about 500m off the shore.
It came after Moana and Christies beaches were evacuated and closed on New Year's Eve after a 2.5m shark was spotted 100m from the shore.
Other shark sightings that have been confirmed by police include another at Moana Beach on January 2 and at Kangaroo Island's Island Beach on January 4.
Mr Daw says that shark attacks in South Australia are very rare and that he is more concerned about the hundreds of drownings in Australia each year. But isabel marant sale he says it is still important to have a "healthy respect" of the danger.
"Maybe (fear) is magnified more than it needs to be sometimes but, regardless, we'll treat every shark as a potential risk and move it on," he said. "We want people to be conscious and aware of it."
Gran Nanny Wildebeast from the heavens of adelaide Posted at 11:41 PM January 08, 2013
Whats the big deal? Where do expect to see sharks. They certainly dont travel up rundle mall with their handbags wanting to do some shopping. They dont sit at cafe's wanting to eat what we are eating. We all expect to see sharks in the sea water splashing around so what the hell are you going on about? jordans for sale If you dont like seeing the sharks keep out of mulberry factory shop their (as it is theirs) water and space. It is jordan 11 bred not rocket science.
Shane Daw of West Beach Posted at 2:44 PM January 07, 2013
Surf lifesavers attend to numerous people either as formal rescues or assistance when they are in difficulty. Many hundreds more are assisted via preventative measures, all celine luggage bag price being part of making South Australian beaches safer.
Throughout Australia there are approximately 300 drownings every year. These occur in all places from rivers, lakes dams and pools through to our beaches.
In all instances it is acknowledged that there are inherit risks associated with water activities. The objective of Surf Life Saving throughout Australia is to reduce these risks to the community, but also to ensure minimal risk exposure to our members in performing their tasks.
While there is no evidence at this time that there is any greater risk than in previous years, Surf Life mulberry factory Saving SA in consultation with officers from SA Police and PIRSA Fishwatch, provides information for all beach and coastal users.
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