Doc - Sharks - The Present

Doc - Sharks - The Present

Recording date: 22/08/2016
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Marine biologists in South Carolina head out on the water to catch and tag sharks, and to collect genetic samples that will be analyzed back in the lab. Concerted efforts to understand and track shark populations are contributing to the rebound of numerous species in U.S. coastal waters.

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