Sardines Spotted Down South

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 The Kwazulu-Natal Sharks Board has started its annual monitoring of sardine shoals, and reports that some signs of sardine activity have been witnessed at Haga-Haga and north of the Kei River.
Head of Operations Mike Read said the first sight of activity was last week, but on a subsequent flight very little sardine activity was noted.
He was confident that the sardines would arrive soon, as will the whales.  Two whales were spotted north of East London this week. As temperatures start to drop, the whales move away from the Antarctic and head for their breeding ground off Mozambique.

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