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Envoy: Shark Cull Deleted Scene - Travis Cove, Stuart Cove's Dive Bahamas

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Unfortunately, many scenes from Envoy: Shark Cull had to be removed due to the length of the documentary. In this deleted scene, we hear Travis Cove from Stuart Cove's Dive Bahamas talking about how sharks and humans can coexist, and even attract tourists to a location.

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Animals caught on baited drumlines and nets lure large sharks closer to swimmers and surfers

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Baiting to catch sharks puts swimmers, divers, surfers and others at risk. This is not new information.

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Calling coastal businesses, you can help get Nets Out Now!

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The FREE business info packs include a poster for display in your business window or noticeboard and informative pamphlets for your patrons. It's surprising how many people living on the east coast of Australia still don't understand how ineffective and outdated the shark nets are.

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Envoy: Shark Cull Directors Introduction

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Andre Borell, director of Envoy: Shark Cull, gives his introduction to the documentary including the intentions behind the film and the journey the crew went on during the making of it.

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Fuvahmulah, Maldives - Plastics Project. Let's eliminate 2.4 million plastic bottles a year!

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Help us eliminate single-use plastics from “Shark Island” Fuvahmulah, Maldives! 🇲🇻

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Did the Queensland Government kill this whale? Did Sea World do enough to save it? You be the judge

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Last year, this whale became entangled in a shark net overnight. The fate of this whale is unclear, but as you can imagine, anyone in the know seriously doubts it will have a flourishing life if it is even still alive.

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Does Minister Furner listen to the QLD shark control Scientific Working Group?

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Mark Furner the QLD Minister for Fisheries says the protection of human life always comes first, but whale entanglements are potentially life-threatening to humans too.

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Shark Stories Podcast: How Your Tax Dollars Kill Sharks

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The film making fisheries nervous Envoy: Shark Cull is giving the Australian public its first-ever, uncut view of the horrific shark control program that has plagued the Australian coastline for more than 30 years.

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We offered free shark bite trauma kits to coastal Councils in NSW and QLD...not one accepted

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The team at Envoy reached out to every coastal council in NSW and QLD and offered to pay for the supply of Trauma Kits and weatherproof containers for their beaches.

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