SYDNEY – In the past two years six people have been killed by sharks Down Under. That caused the Australian government to decide that sharks swimming near the country’s coastline must be killed to avoid further tragedies.
The sharks, which predominantly roam Australia’s west coast, have been attacking unsuspected swimmers much more frequently and the government fears that number of shark related attacks will rise.
Henceforth, special zones will be established along the west coast that are considered ‘killing’ zones. When a shark enters those zones they form a threat to humans and the people will be allowed to kill the animal.
The government is hiring professional fishermen to do their dirty work: killing the sharks. However, the sharks must exceed at least 9 feet in length before being killed. Any shark less than 9 feet long, that roams in a killing zone has to be escorted back to the open sea without harming the creature.
Special buoys will be installed at a distance of 1.6 miles from the coastline. The buoys are connected to nets intended to catch the sharks.
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