Un deuxième requin capturé dans la baie de St-Paul
Le dispositf post-attaque avait été lancé après l’attaque de requin de lundi, qui a coûté la vie à Sarah, une adolescente de 15 ans qui se baignait à quelques mètres du rivage dans la baie de Saint-Paul. Ce protocole a été mis en place pour 72 heures et doit donc prendre fin ce jeudi après-midi.
A SECOND SHARK CAUGHT IN THE BAY OF ST PAUL
A male shark of 2.80-meters length was captured last night in the Bay of Saint-Paul by fishermen appointed by the prefect in the post-attack device.
A second shark was captured last night, at around 22 hours by a fisherman, authorized by the prefect in the post-attack device. This measure was put in place during Operational workshops of the Committee for the shark risk reduction in la Reunion. It is to capture the shark that is the cause of the shark attack that claimed the life of a 15 year old girl last Monday.
Yesterday, the first shark was caught in the Bay of Saint Paul to 18 hours. It was a female shark bulldog along 3.10 meters. Later, it is a male shark measuring about 2.80 meters and over 200 kilos, that was captured, says Ocean Prevention Association at La Réunion, on its website. This shark was marked in the CHARC scientific program started in 2011.
The post-attack device was launched after the shark accident on Monday, which killed Sarah, a 15 year old girl who was swimming a few meters from the shore in the Bay of Saint-Paul. This protocol has been established for 72 hours and must be completed on Thursday afternoon.