By: Ilaitia Turagabeci
Source: The Fiji Times Online 
April 30, 2012
"THERE is excitement and anticipation for bigger things under the water around the country's coasts.
That's the analysis as the first phase of The Great Fiji Shark Count comes to an end this week.
A first for the world, the count - an initiative of Fiji tourism operators and organised by Helen Sykes, of Marine Ecology and co-ordinator of Fiji Coral Reef Monitoring Network - is a scientific research which aims to put a population figure to the different species of sharks, rays and turtles in our waters."
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