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Shark feeding ban official

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Nico

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On November 1st, Florida officially banned marine life feeding activities. No more shark feeding dives in Florida as of January 1st, 2001.:rcard

After 2 years of debate and indecision, the Florida Wildlife Commision concluded that these feeding activities are detrimental to the natural balance of the ecosystem at that it affects other water based activities.:(

How do you as divers feel about this? Was it the right thing to do? Will the general public now be be safer?:hmm

If you've had a shark encounter, tell us about it.:cool:
 
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