FIU: Historic shark census catches predators on camera

FIU: Historic shark census catches predators on camera

FIU: Historic shark census catches predators on camera

Researchers are embarking on the largest-ever attempt to survey the world’s shark populations.

Predators are disappearing from the oceans in alarming numbers with nearly a quarter of shark, ray and skate species threatened with extinction. The lack of comprehensive and up-to-date data on species abundance and distribution is hindering efforts to protect and replenish these ecologically important marine animals.

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