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This year, the Easter Bunny brings special eggs!

Yesterday, we officially introduced the Dutch Great Eggcase Hunt in the Netherlands: de Grote Eikapseljacht. A school class of elementary school De Bogen in Harderwijk […]

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Presentation at high school Rotterdams Montessori Lyceum

Last week we presented to a couple of first year classes at a high school in Rotterdam. In our presentations in schools we tell a […]

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So what have we been up to?

The first two years of the Dutch Shark Society were successful. But of course, you want to see for yourself!  And we therefore give the […]

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Kids education: Colouring picture of Dutch sharks and rays

We take every opportunity to educate kids about sharks and rays. Our Marine Biologist Dorien Schröder made a wonderful colouring picture for our younger fans, that […]

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New shark sanctuaries: Madagascar and Micronesia!

The Government of Madagascar has created the country’s first marine sanctuary for sharks as part of a new law to safeguard the country’s marine resources […]

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‘Dutch’ Smooth-hound re-captured in France

The Dutch SharkATag shark tagging programme, with an astonishing 1800 tagged sharks in four years,is a great example of the succesful collaboration between recreational anglers, commercial […]

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Stop the shark slaughter with EU funding at Réunion Island!

This week, we posted a message on our Facebook wall about the culling of sharks in La Réunion, a French Island in the Indian Ocean, […]

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Happy 2015!

We wish everyone a wonderful, healthy and happy New Year! And we hope for positive news for sharks and rays in 2015!  

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Large predators DO belong in our oceans…

  Sharks and other large predators play an important role in the health of our ocean. But in the last century, we’ve taken out an […]

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Why tracking sharks (and other fish) is so important

  In many countries, there are regulations to manage and protect shark populations. But apart fromjust  protecting a species in national waters, they need protection […]

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