Shark nets catch few target species but kill hundreds of other marine creatures

By Matthew Kelly
Updated May 29 2018 - 11:51pm, first published 8:00pm
No chance: A dead dusky whaler shark entangled in nets off Seven Mile Beach in Lennox Head. Photo: Sea Shepherd.

HUNTER and Central Coast shark nets continue to wreak havoc on marine life with hundreds of sea creatures including dolphins, turtles and rays killed in an attempt to keep the region’s beaches safe.

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