=== PLEASE HELP PROTECT THE GREAT WHITE SHARKS === Only 1 of 8 commercial Great White Shark cage diving boats in Gansbaai, South Africa use protective boat engine covers while baiting and cage diving with the Great White Sharks. THE SOUTH AFRICAN GOVERNMENT DOES NOT REQUIRE GREAT WHITE SHARK CAGE DIVING BOATS TO USE PROTECTIVE BOAT ENGINE COVERS. Why How can this be Boat engines have sharp steel propellers and thick steel shafts which are completely exposed to the Great White Sharks, as they pursue and hunt floating bait used to lure them inches from the boats. Sharks have been badly injured, \'slashed and ripped\', from contact with boat engines. PROTECTIVE ENGINE COVERS, simple plastic sheaths, MUST BE USED TO ENSURE THE SAFETY OF THE GREAT WHITE SHARKS. As you read this, 14 unprotected boat engines float everyday, straight in the smiling faces of the Great White Sharks of Gansbaai, South Africa. Gansbaai has more Great White Sharks than anywhere else in the world! PLEASE HELP PROTECT THE GREAT WHITE SHARKS! It takes 5 minutes to put on a boat engine cover. Don\'t you think the safety and welfare of the Greatest Shark in the world is worth 5 minutes of our time Please tell the SOUTH AFRICAN GOVERMENT that this is BLATANT ANIMAL CRUELTY, completely unacceptable, and it MUST BE STOPPED! REQUIRE ALL GREAT WHITE SHARK CAGE DIVING BOATS TO USE PROTECTIVE BOAT ENGINE COVERS NOW-NOW!!! NOT JUST-NOW!!! THANK YOU! Andy Brandy Casagrande IV ABC4EXPLORE http://www.abc4explore.com/
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Please great white sharks need boat engine covers ,only 1 of 8 commercial great white shark cage diving boats in Gansbaai , South Africa use protective boat engine covers while baiting and cage diving with the great white sharks . This must be stopped require all great shark cage diving boats to use protective boat engine covers now -now , not just now , Thank you
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