* 1. Having learnt about the Cayman shark and dolphin project, please indicate whether or not you agree with each of the following statements:

  Strongly disagree Indifferent Strongly agree
Dolphins should be fully protected in the Cayman Islands
Sharks should be fully protected in the Cayman Islands
Whales should be fully protected in the Cayman Islands
Rays should be fully protected in the Cayman Islands

* 2. Four potential policy options concerning protection for rays, sharks, dolphins and whales in Cayman waters are discussed in the accompanying summary document. To what degree would you support any of the following four measures?

  Strongly oppose indifferent Strongly support
Current Marine Reserves being made larger to create a network of reserves within which the animals have full protection
Full protection being given to sharks and rays on and around Little Cayman, as higher densities of these animals occur around Little Cayman?
Full protection being given to sharks (and rays) within 12 nautical miles of the coast of all three Islands?
Full protection being given to sharks (and rays) up to 100 nautical miles of the coast

* 3. What about the following?

  Strongly oppose Indifferent Strongly support
A prohibition on the practice of shark fining throughout Cayman waters
A prohibition on the intentional killing of sharks caught by accident?
Measures to comprehensively restrict the market for products (teeth, jaws, meat) sourced from shark, ray, dolphin and whale species?

* 4. From the various management options in Questions 2 and 3 which option is your preferred approach? Please tick one or a number to indicate if you feel a combination of them is appropriate

* 5. If you answered ‘1’ or ‘5’ in questions 1 to 3, are you able to summarise in a few words the reason for your strong view?

* 6. If protective legislation was put in place, to what degree do you think people respect the rules and, if the opportunity arose, try to ensure that others respected them, for example report violations of the rule if they saw them happening?

  No regard to the rules Would strongly adhere to the rules
Extended marine parks
Full protection around Little Cayman
Full protection within 12 nautical miles of the coast
Full protection up to 100 nautical miles of the coast

* 7. In view of the potential economic value of shark diving, consideration should be given to allowing dive centres to conduct special shark watching dives provided these do not involve active feeding of the sharks.

* 8. What are your main concerns in favour of (or against) new legislation that might protect sharks and rays? And, do you have any further comments? *Don't forget to leave your email address and phone number to enter the draw to win 'My Underwater Photo Journey' a coffee table photography book by Cathy Church.

* 9. Please tick as many of the following that apply to you?

* 10. Finally, if you do not mind, would you please indiate which age bracket you fall in to.

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