18 August 2014 - The very kind folk at the Rotorua Museum Te Whare Taonga o Te Arawa, especially Darryl the Collection Manager and Pamela the Deputy Director responded to my enquiry about Kiwi Sabrinastuff, and guided me to a treasure trove of new pix! Rangi, leading guide at the world famous tourist resort of Rotorua [Rotorua Museum of Art & History, Te Whare Taonga O Te Arawa], explains the construction of a Maori piupiu (flax skirt) to glamorous British TV and stage star Sabrina, who is now in New Zealand with a touring revue.
Established in 2002, the White Shark Trust conducts and supports research and conservation projects on the endangered Great White Shark (Carcharodon carcharias). White Sharks have been protected in several key regions around the world: South Africa (1991), Namibia (1993), the United States of America (1997), Australia (1998), Malta (2000) and New Zealand (2007).
The White Shark Trust was established to attract and manage funds that allow research projects to be conducted on White Sharks. The research conducted around Dyer Island and in Shark Bay by Michael Scholl and the White Shark Trust represents the longest ongoing and most intensive population study of White Sharks in the world. The White Shark Trust needs your support in order to be able to continue our fieldwork and projects.
Despite considerable and continuous efforts to locate and secure the required sponsorship and funding during the past few years, the White Shark Trust and Michael Scholl were unfortunately unable to secure the necessary funds to continue the field research and the general activities of the Trust. Hence the White Shark Trust ceased its activities in South Africa for an undertermined period of time. The Great White Shark photographic identification research project and its associated population structure and dynamics research project started in October 1997 and continued for nearly a decade until January 2007. But so is the fate of many research projects and for many colleague scientists around the world unfortunately.
The White Shark Trust and Michael Scholl also wish to express their most sincere thanks to all the sponsors and private donations that enabled the White Shark Trust and made these research and conservation projects possible. Coming soon during 2008, the complete White Shark Trust population database will become available. Mark Carwardine reviews Michael Scholl and Thomas Peschak's book 'South Africa's Great White Shark'. For many years, Gansbaai or Goose Bay has celebrated its own Goose Festival with mitigated success. Lack of funding and sponsors signified the end of our independent field research work on board the dedicated research boat Lamnidae, as well as the end of the popular and successful Field Research Assistantship at the end of 2005.
11 October 2006: Michael Scholl and Thomas Peschak are proud to introduce you to the reference book on Great White Shark, with special emphasis on South Africa's Carcharodon carcharias. Allez Savoir, the magazine of the University of Lausanne (UNIL) in Switzerland, has published a special feature about Michael Scholl and his research and conservation work on White Sharks around Dyer Island. 18 July 2006: Sir Bobby Charlton discovered White Sharks on board Shark Fever with Marine Dynamics.
In June 2006, the famous french documentary program Ushuaia Nature is filming Great White Sharks around Dyer Island.
Read about Nicole's journey as it was published on the 7th of October 2005 in the Science Journal: Transoceanic Migration, Spatial Dynamics and Population Linkages of White Sharks. 15 April 2006: The German television RTL is broadcasting a special documentary about White Sharks on their Explosiv Magazine. Information posters have been erected at the Uilenkraalsmond beach and in Kleinbaai harbour informing people about the Sharks swimming near the beaches, and giving some tips to avoid unfortunate encounters.
On the 21st of September 2005, a dead Whale was found drifting between Dyer Island and Danger Point. In an effort to help White Sharks and Sharks worldwide, we have launched a long-term education and conservation project in collaboration with international representatives and supporting companies and organisations.
Come and celebrate the launch party for the World Awareness Tour at the Havana Bar in Chichester south of London on the 1st of October 2005. During the 'Nuit des Musées' or 'Night of the Museums' event in Lausanne (Switzerland) on the 24th of September 2005, the Zoology Museum is celebrating the largest conserved Great White Shark in the world and centering its activities around Sharks.
An article written by Tom Peschak and Michael Scholl, published in the September issue of Africa Geographic, investigates the mystery surrounding the White Sharks swimming close to the beach and proposes some theories and explanations. 27 August 2005: The broadcast of the Special Assignment program 'White Lies' about the salmon farm is triggering a negative response from the local newspaper. 01-15 July 2005: National Geographic Series Producer Sue Houghton, Associate Producer Becky Beamer, and cameramen Andy Mitchell and Mike Rodgers came to South Africa to shoot the White Shark episode of this new series. 13 April 2005: Anyone interested in the marine world and especially about the marine ecosystems along the coastline of Southern Africa must get this book!
4 April 2005: Following three months of inactivity due to a fieldwork break, our daily updated photo gallery is back! During the summer months, White Sharks swim very close to the beaches, in less then three-meter deep water within the surf zone. During the summer months, we often observe White Sharks swimming close to the beach in Uilkraalsmond. On Friday the 29th of October 2004, IZIKO opened a new exhibit 'Shark World' dedicated to Sharks at the South African Museum in Cape Town. On the 12th of October 2004, the joint proposal from Madagascar and Australia to list Great White Sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) on CITES Appendix II was accepted at the 13th Meeting of the Conference of Parties of CITES.


Every person who dived with Great White Sharks at Dyer Island will know this unique boutique located in Kleinbaai. 2 October 2004, Bangkok, Thailand - The 13th Conference of Parties to CITES (CoP13) is taking place from 2-14 October 2004 in Bangkok, Thailand. On the 28th of September 2004, we found a dead Southern Right Whale of Walker's Bay presenting numerous White Shark bites.
Andy Brandy Casagrande IV, a previous White Shark Trust Field Research Assistant, has released a CD including his famous 'Great White Shark', 'Poacher' and 'Pitbull' songs. On the 24th of September 2004, a White Sharks was spotted in Salt Pond on Nashon Island, off Woods Hole in the USA. On the 14th of September 2004, the Monterey Bay Aquarium in California placed a juvenile White Shark on exhibit. On the 10th of September 2004, Yakutat charter boat skipper Mark Sappington observed a White Shark taking a bite of a Halibut that was being reeled in by one of his clients. 12 May 2004, Geneva, Switzerland – The Secretariat of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) has received over 50 proposals from its member governments to adjust the rules governing the international trade in various wildlife species.
On the 8th of April 2004, we observed a large and very intriguing Cephalopod drifting past the boat in the Dyer Island channel. Alison Kock and Karl Laroche are conducting an extensive Behavioural Ecology of the Great White Shark around a Cape Fur Seal colony in False Bay.
A shop in Hermanus selling illegal Great White Shark teeth was busted on the 15th of October 2003. This item will be sent through the Global Shipping Programme and includes international tracking. Items delivered internationally may be subject to customs processing depending on the item's declared value.
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Michael Scholl, Founder of the White Shark Trust, is conducting and leading different research projects around Dyer Island in South Africa.
Over one thousand different White Sharks have been identified since 1997 using a photographic identification methodology developed by Michael Scholl, and over 6'000 Shark observations have been catalogued in the White Shark Trust database. The future of this very important population study depends on securing major funding during 2006.
Michael Scholl decided to relocate to his home country of Switzerland for the present time in order to work on the photographic identification database and the research accumulated over the past decade. It is a shame that the longest continous research project on any population of White Sharks in the world had to come to an end due to lack of funding and lack of support from the South African authorities. It is a shame that our successful assistantship and internship programs had to come to an end.
The acclaimed BBC Wiild life Magazine voted this book as Book of the Month in the December 2006 issue.
He first went to Dubai in the United Arabe Emirates to spend some time with Tracey and to live an incredible adventure to the Galapagos of the Indian Ocean: The Socotra Islands.


Competing with the world famous Whale Festival of Hermanus every year, Geese just did not seem to fit the profile. Unfortunately, due to continued lack of funding, the end of 2006 corresponds to the end of the Research Internship which ran during 2006.
Lead by Conservation Minister Chris Carter, New Zealand has closed this gap sixteen years after South Africa initiated this movement, and from April 1997, White Sharks, or White Pointers as they are called in New Zealand, will be fully protected in the EEZ of New Zeland, including around the Chatham Islands.
It was an honour to meet Nicolas Hulot and his scientific adviser and aclaimed underwater photographer Laurent Ballesta.
Wilfred Chivel is organising for the carcass of the rare whale to reach the authorities in Cape Town for autopsy.
Students and Shark enthusiasts are welcome to apply for this 2006 program to gain both field and shore based research experience, as well as experience in eco-tourism.
The article published today in the scientific journal Science will change long-held notions about how these charismatic predators move through the world's oceans.
Presentations, videos and slide shows by Michael Scholl, and projection of Spielberg's Jaws at midnight. The award winning photographs of Tom Peschak (Currents of Contrast) are stunning as always. Michael Scholl was hired as the investigator and biologist for the episode that should be broadcasted in October 2005. They are farming an alien fish, and their neighbours are White Sharks, Seals, Dolphins, Whales and Marine Birds! Shark World, sponsored by the Save Our Seas Foundation, is a must-see for anyone interested in Sharks.
The Great White Shark has been proposed earlier this year for listing on CITES Appendix II by Madagascar and Australia.
The Shark seems to be trapped in the pond and may have difficulties finding its way back to the open ocean. Delivery times may vary, especially during peak periods and will depend on when your payment clears - opens in a new window or tab. Contact the seller- opens in a new window or tab and request a postage method to your location.
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Finally in 2007, the Great White Sharks will be celebrated in South Africa and hopefully this festival will represent a new era of understanding and conservation for all Sharks in the world! But this movie also sparked interest in some people, and maybe promoted research on these misunderstood and mysterious fish. Struik Publishers launched 'Currents of Contrast' at the Two Oceans Aquarium in Cape Town, an event sponsored by WWF.
Delegates from 166 CITES member-states must decide the degree to which charismatic creatures such as the great white shark and the African elephant can be exploited commercially.
No sharks were included in Appendix II until two years ago, when the Whale Shark and the Basking Shark were added. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable.
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Michael continues to seek funding to further future Shark research and conservation projects and hopefully again resume the White Shark Trust activities.



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