This article is currently in the news here on the ABC website. It’s a thoughtful piece, or at least it causes me to think about whats happening worldwide with wildlife. It’s a bit of a read so only tackle it if those things interest you. http://www.abc.net.au/news/science/2018-06-23/crocodiles-in-noosa-climate-change/9634422 With things warming up it seems out Crocs are taking the opportunity to expand their range! They are moving south into areas where they were previously not occupying in numbers. Hervey Bay in Queensland is the jumping off point to world renown Fraser Island and it seems that Crocs are now occupying the Mary River in numbers whereas before there were vague rumours of them being this far south. Now this is a real game changer as residents and tourists alike will need to modify their behaviour, or place themselves at risk. It’s significant to me because I have 2 daughters and their families living at Hervey Bay. More sinister is that the stinging jellies are also moving south, some suggest as far as northern NSW. So times are a changing! Now my interest is what impact will this warming have on the movement of Bull Sharks, will they head further south too? I did some research about that elsewhere and it seems that there has been movement of Bulls from Florida that ran as far north as North Carolina. (500 miles) https://weather.com/science/environ...-sharks-breeding-grounds-north-climate-change I’ve read a number if reports and they are all saying the same thing. The range of the Bull Sharks here has been as south as Sydney on the east coast and Perth on the west cost and of course in all warmer waters north of those points. Now my interest is that Bull’s are one of the 3 shark species here that attack humans and can cause death.. Also their ability to live in fresh water estuarine systems places them in locations where people don’t expect them to be. I live on one of the biggest estuarine lakes systems in Australia and to suddenly find them in our rivers could be significant for tourism! People say that there are no sharks in these systems here but that is rubbish, I know it is because I’ve seen them! Not Bulls thought, they are a completely different kettle of fish...so to speak~ So if they are spreading out in the US then they will be spreading out in Australia too! Interesting times folks!