Marked Individual USA-R0530 Adopt Me

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Sex: unknown

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Taxonomy: Carcharias taurus

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Collaborating Researchers

Carol Price

Affiliation: NC Aquariums

Research Project: Spot A Shark USA

"Engaging divers as citizen scientists is providing valuable information about sand tiger sharks including insights into their habitat needs, social structure, migratory patterns and reproductive cycles."