South Africa trials ‘high-tech punch on the nose’ to repel sharks
November 17, 2014 Editor
South Africa has started testing a shark repellent electronic cable in Cape Town, in a hi-tech experiment aimed at protecting swimmers without harming the deadly sea predators. Researchers at KwaZulu-Natal Sharks Board installed a 100-m-long cable on Friday in a small bay in Cape Town that seeks to exploit the sharks’ super-sensitive nose.
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