+1 exactly what I was thinking and was tempted to add a list of my local spots to the WA warning.SimonP wrote:The cynic in me thinks that the original post is an attempt to dissuade people coming over to WA to kite their local spots. You are far more likely to be killed by a moving vehicle than a shark.
great white sharks agree euros do taste better than aussiesfdvj wrote:It is an attempt to get the numbers of Euros wintering in W.A down, just look at the oz forum and all they do is winge about the tourists.
fdvj wrote:It is an attempt to get the numbers of Euros wintering in W.A down, just look at the oz forum and all they do is winge about the tourists.
Your analogy does not work. If you get attacked obviously you'd fight, but that is not the same as going on a hunt to shoot as many sharks as you can. The approach of killing the shark that attacked approach has been tried here and it did not work. They generally killed the wrong shark. What good does that possibly do? Nothing.Westozzy wrote: They are a threat to human life. I always laugh at the person looking through the paradigm of a modern conservationist lense, living in safe non predatory WA. I bet ya have used spray to kill a few redback spiders around ya place, same thing, it is part of an ecosystem. Yeh sorry I see your points but I also think you are full of shit, and need to realize that human life is at risk.
It's like the tree hugged I knew, who was a full on save the tree dude, yet lived in claremont(rich suburb in Perth) and drove a Sarb convertible. You have all gone bloody soft and have never had your life at risk. Human life must come first or you must never kill another creature that is a danger ever again. Good luck with that.
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