|Re: A case in support of shark tagging?? MAYBE??|
Posted by Divebum Don on May 07, 2012 at 17:11:59:|
In Reply to: A case in support of shark tagging?? posted by Elaine on May 07, 2012 at 12:45:30:
Modern Tags offer a lot of info besides the "where" of a critter.
This shark type and kind was not ID'd. Some sharks swim in packs and some solo.As we all know tags are being deployed ALL OVER the oceans in regards to migration, populations (abundance), sustainability, finning (yuk!), depths, habitats, propagation, Etc., Etc....
I don't know if I can reach from a "we tagged a member of that pod", to a "we gotta seek out that one" curious critter???
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