shark watcher


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shark watcher

n
1. (Commerce) informal a business consultant who assists companies in identifying and preventing unwelcome takeover bids
2. (Professions) informal a business consultant who assists companies in identifying and preventing unwelcome takeover bids
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From there, we drove some distance to Tan-awan beach where a mob of whale shark watchers was gathered.
It's that time of year when away go the linen and sandals, and out come the flannel and boots; when shark watchers on the shoreline become leaf peepers along the trails; when cookouts and ice cream cones are soon replaced with crockpots and apple crisp.
In the paper, Global Economic Value of Shark Eco-tourism: Implications for Conservation, scholars said that 590,000 dedicated shark watchers worldwide collectively spend about USD314m annually.