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Calls to end mutilation, inhumane treatment of sharks and rays in SA



Sharks and stingrays caught off South Australian jetties are being mutilated and thrown back into the water alive, fishers and scuba divers say, prompting calls for more humane treatment of the animals.

The calls come after a one-metre-long southern eagle ray was left partially filleted on Brighton Beach last week, sparking criticism from some members of the community.

Chemical engineer and divemaster Daniel Kinasz, who dives at jetties across the state,…

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