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Aerial shark patrol

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Observer Bob Chapman from the Illawarra Aerial Patrol during a patrol over the coastline from Helensburgh and Gerroa.

Observer Bob Chapman from the Illawarra Aerial Patrol during a patrol over the coastline from Helensburgh and Gerroa. Photo: Adam McLean

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