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Tracing patterns with great white sharks

Patterns in female great white shark migration patterns are becoming clearer, thanks to new research.

California-based researchers have used long-life batteries and satellite tracking to uncover the secrets of where female great white sharks travel.

The study found that great white females follow a two-year migration pattern, and can avoid breeding areas and male sharks until ready to reproduce.

Read more at Marine Conservation Science Institute USA

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