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  Seaweek 2005 - Save Our Sharks    
 
Seaweek 2005 Launch at Sea World, Gold Coast  
     

Senator Hon. Ian Minister Macdonald enters
shark cage at Sea World's Shark Bay.

Senator Hon. Ian Macdonald (Minister for Fisheries, Forestry and Conservation) launched Seaweek 2005 at Sea World on the Gold Coast on Sunday (6 March 05).

After his opening speech, the Minister experienced a Shark Encounter Dive in Shark Bay's Shark Lagoon.

The launch featured on the national news on all channels and showed hundreds of students and the principals of ten schools being "fed" to the sharks.


Senator Hon. Ian Macdonald launchig Seaweek at Shark Bay underwater observatory.
     

Senator Hon. Ian Macdonald and Trevor Long
(Director of Marine Sciences, Sea World)

Senator Hon. Ian Macdonald and Trevor Long
(Director of Marine Sciences, Sea World) in
shark cage at Sea World's Shark Bay.
 

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