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Hawaii Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Ban Shark Killing

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Hawaii Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Ban Shark Killing

Hawaii Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Ban Shark Killing

Hawaii Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Ban Shark Killing According to the legislation, first offenders will be penalized $500.

Those who break the potential law a third time would be fined $10,000.

Anyone caught knowingly abusing, capturing or intentionally entangling a shark would be fined as well.

Penalties will also be issued even if the shark is already dead.

Hawaii has a similar set of guidelines already in place for manta rays.

Hawaii state Rep.

Nicole Lowen, via statement

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