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'The sharks are hiding': locals claim deep-sea mining off Papua New Guinea has stirred up trouble

30.09.2021
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'Shark calling', an ancient custom of hunters singing to sharks then catching them by hand, is under threat and locals blame deep-sea disturbancesMore in this serieso Race to the bottom: the disastrous, blindfolded rush to mine the deep seao 'False choice' - is deep sea mining required for an electric vehicle revolution?o Covid tests and superbug killers: how the deep sea is key to fighting pandemics To catch a shark in the waters off Papua New Guinea, first the men sing.They sing the names of their ancestors and their respects to the shark. They shake a coconut rattle into the sea, luring the animals from the deep, and then catch them by hand. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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