Surfers and sharks
I read a lot about the ongoing issues with the sharks from the various surfing bodies. I wonder how much of a financial contribution they are making to these programs?
They could be proactive and employ drones to spot the carcasses and call the authorities for a tow out to sea before they get beached.
Buy a boat and tow the carcasses out to sea themselves. Can the surfing competition organisers contribute to the shark buoy costs, perhaps buy their own and move them from comp to comp?
Next, the shore fishermen will want lifesavers and safety harnesses, or bikers will demand Michelin suits for their safety. Graham Smith, Margaret River