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WA shark hunters using pig or shark carcasses as bait, according to scuba diver


Scuba diver claims ‘cowboy’ trophy hunters are using pig carcasses to lure huge sharks closer to shore near swimmers – as she reveals a photo of a dead shark with her name carved into it left as a warning

  • Claims pig and shark carcasses are being used to lure big sharks
  • Scuba diver Lisa Hills has campaigned against the practice
  • She posted an image of a shark with her name carved into it

Trophy hunters are dumping mutilated pigs and small shark carcasses in the ocean as bait for bigger sharks – as one scuba diver discovers her name horrifyingly carved into the body of a dead shark.

Perth scuba diver Lisa Hills has campaigned against the practice and claims  carcasses are still being used illegally to attract sharks for social media clicks.

Ms Hills…



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