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No, it’s not a land shark walking around Wollongong but the NSW Department of Primary Industries need your help. Read also: $2.5m now available for regional NSW business events and tourism marketing If you’ve recently headed down to Wollongong and found a shark tag, you may be able to help. A state of the art shark tag has washed up on beach is currently enjoying a tour of Wollongong after it was picked up by a passer-by. Department of Primary Industries director of fisheries research, Dr Natalie Moltschaniwskyi said the pop-off satellite tag was tagged onto a 1.95 m male bull shark in Evans Head on 22 January 2021 and had been tracked via satellite for the last four months. “The tag successfully popped off the shark and…



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