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NSRI Safety Alert – Full Moon Spring Tide

 Zululand Observer    29/05/2018

The higher than normal high tide, lower than normal low tide and stronger than normal rip currents brought on by the Spring Tide will last into the weekend

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Whale carcass washes up at Zinkwazi Beach

 Allan Troskie (North coast Courier)    28/05/2018

Within hours taxis started arriving with people running for their share of the meat.

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SASSI: Be mindful of dwindling Sardine numbers

 Lauren Beukes (South Coast Sun)    28/05/2018

Sardines (Pilchard) are on the orange list which means their numbers are dwindling.

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Illovo River illegal dumper’s identity uncovered

 Earl Baillache (South Coast Sun)    24/05/2018

These details were handed over to law enforcement for prosecution.

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Durban snake infographic to dispel myths

 Lauren Beukes (South Coast Herald)    23/05/2018

The ASI team dedicates every minute to educating communities about snake bites and the dos and don’ts

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Pemba the Turtle reaches Elandsbaai

 Zainul Dawood (Daily News)    23/05/2018

Pemba, the Olive Ridley Turtle, is swimming along comfortably in the Atlantic Ocean. On Monday Pemba was 50km West of Elandsbaai.

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Durban celebrates World Turtle Day

 Zainul Dawood (Daily News)    23/05/2018

KwaZulu-Natal is fortunate to have loggerhead and leatherback turtles nest on our sandy beaches, Ann Kunz, uShaka Seaworld education officer, said on Wednesday as World Turtle Day celebrations kicked off.

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Good news for Goedertrouw Dam

 Orrin Singh (Zululand Observer)    17/05/2018

Dam levels increased by 5%

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Flash flooding causes havoc in Zululand

 Orrin Singh (Zululand Observer)    17/05/2018

How much rain fell in your neighborhood?

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Watch out for stranded animals as seal season begins

 Allan Troskie (North coast Courier)    16/05/2018

Strandings are common in the months between May and August, know what to do and who to call.

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