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Thursday, January 10, 2013

Ocearch

These guys put tracking devices on great whites. I saw a blurb on them on CNN because a shark they are tracking was just off of a beach in Florida. Their website is pretty interesting, kinda cowboy science, but not too out of hand. The track for the shark "Madiba" off of southern South Africa is crazy, she goes from a little north of Cape Town all the way over to Port Elizabeth. Very cool.

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