By Walt Hickey Canaries In 1973, Tenerife on the Canary Islands finished a massive infrastructure project that today would be considered dubious at best, hauling in 240,000 tonnes of Sahara sand to build a beach that would draw in tourists. In what can only be described as a complete accident, they actually kind of knocked it out of the park on that one, as the sheltered beach has become a haven for the strenuously overfished and generally docile angelsharks, which have been decimated by the bottom trawling industry. It was only a decade ago that the Canaries were found to have a solid angelshark population, much of which was around the Playa de las Teresitas, that fake beach they made in the ‘70s. Today, shark diving in the Canaries has become a
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