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Fri26th Jun 2015

Washout, Windout 2015 has seen an unprecedented levels of rain and wind hitting the west coast of Ireland. Stable calm sunny conditions which result in higher basking shark encounters have not been seen since mid-April. Does this mean there sharks are not there? Or have gone elsewhere? unlikely, what’s...
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Fri26th Jun 2015

3 Miles in 3 Years A recent beach clean-up organised at Malin head has provided the answer to a mystery that has puzzled the Inishowen basking shark study group for the last 3 years. What happened to 3 satellite tags the group experimentally deployed on basking shark fins off Malin head? Did the sharks simply swim...
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Mon23rd Mar 2015

March 2015 This is the incredible story of how a daring night time expedition by sea kayak on Scotland’s remote west coast was rewarded by the recovery of a second Satellite tag. The story begins with the Irish Basking Shark Project deploying a number of satellite transmitters on basking sharks in early...
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Mon25th Aug 2014

Sunday the 24thof August saw the first break in the strong northerly winds on the North coast since shark sightings have begun to filter in this August. Low wind speeds and a south easterly direction provided near perfect conditions for the early start of the day when small groups of sharks were encountered by the Malin...
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