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New study shows that penguins are threatened by fishing nets

 The Mercury    30/11/2017

Researchers from across the world have collaborated to produce the first global review of penguin bycatch, published in the scientific journal Endangered Species Research.

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Huge gap in essential marine protection

 Dave Savides (Zululand Observer)    27/11/2017

The previous evening, a huge hippo was being provoked by drunken revellers, again in the Bay Hall area, where such parties can be expected day and night during the festive season

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Counting cost of Durban port oil spill

 Kamcilla Pillay and Khumbuzile Mbuqe (The Mercury)    23/11/2017

Regattas and other marina-related events planned for this weekend could be cancelled depending on the severity of an oil spill – and progress in its clean-up – on Thursday.

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Hippo spotted in the Mzingazi Canal last night

 Dave Savides (Zululand Observer)    23/11/2017

According to Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife’s Roy Jones, both crocs and hippos move into salty areas to rid themselves of parasites

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Four men appear on poaching charges

 Kamcilla Pillay (THE MERCURY)    23/11/2017

Four men appeared in a South Coast court on Monday on charges related to poaching in Oribi Gorge, said authorities.

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Young crew and international scientists set sail to Antarctica on board Agulhas

 Mercury Reporter (The Mercury)    22/11/2017

Twenty young cadets, mainly from Durban and Cape Town, are soon to set sail on South Africa’s dedicated cadet training vessel, SA Agulhas 1, partaking in an international research expedition with overseas scientists.

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City announces temporary beach closures

 Northglen News    22/11/2017

The eThekwini Municipality moves quickly with sand replenishment operations at several beaches ahead of a busy festive season.

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Durban beaches are an absolute mess right now

 Sloane Hunter (2 Oceans Vibe News)    21/11/2017

Tens of hundreds of thousands of millions of nurdles are washing up on beaches spanning the Kwa-Zulu Natal coastline – and it won’t be long before they make their way down the coast to the Cape peninsula.

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iSimangaliso Wetland Park a bush and beach destination for travellers

 Judi Davis (South Coast Herald)    21/11/2017

Popular family activities include boat cruises on the Lake St Lucia Estuary, boat-based whale watching, turtle tours, horse riding at St Lucia and False Bay, snorkelling, scuba diving at Sodwana Bay, cycling, guided kayak tours and fishing.

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Strictly no alcohol allowed on Scottburgh main beach this festive season

 Vanisha Moodley (South Coast Herald)    21/11/2017

Police have stressed that by-laws will be strictly enforced.

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