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The Pelagic Shark Research Foundation - The Sharks of the Monterey Bay - Pelagic Sharks
The white shark belongs to the Lamnidae (mackerel sharks), which include mako and salmon sharks as well. Along the California coastline, adult white sharks are an important predator ... adult male northern elephant seal. Oct 31, 1995. Dave Casper/PSRF Photo by PSRF In this simplistic chart we see the two different strategies believed to be employed by white sharks ...
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The Pelagic Shark Research Foundation - In the News
California coast in late spring and early summer. As the season progresses into late summer and fall we see the arrival of the larger adult white sharks, like ... Landing, and then we had a problem with trophy fishermen targeting them. We tagged white sharks and blue sharks and came up with some fascinating data. One blue shark turned up less than ...
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Monterey Bay Aquarium: White Shark
Southern California waters as part of our white shark field project. And we support research to track the migrations of adult white sharks tagged off ... lives of white sharks in the wild. In 2005 the Aquarium provided $500,000 that helped TOPP scientists tag 29 adult white sharks. In 2006, we contributed another $200,000, and 41 more white sharks were tagged ...
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Great White Shark Photos, Carcharodon carcharias, Phillip Colla Natural History Photography
California and northern Baja, although they are not common. In fact, they are a protected species in California. Scientific estimates suggest there are a few hundred adult white sharks roaming the state's coastal waters. Areas in central California where white shark feeding activities frequently occur include ...
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Great White Sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, Phillip Colla Natural History Photography
Great white sharks occur naturally throughout California and northern Baja, although they are not common. In fact, they are a protected species in California. Scientific estimates suggest there are a few hundred adult white sharks roaming the state's coastal waters. Areas in central California where white shark feeding activities frequently occur ...
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The Dolphin Institute - Resource Guide
Predators Sharks are the primary natural predator of bottlenose dolphins. Bull sharks, tiger sharks, dusky sharks and great white sharks most commonly prey on the bottlenose dolphin. ... Bay community. Males, on the other hand, often form very strong associations with another adult male; these male pairs can endure for many years. In Shark Bay, Australia, a ...
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Ocean Alliance - VOYAGE OF THE ODYSSEY
Listen to the Odyssey log: Real Audio- >28k April 19, 2002 'Great White Sharks' "The reputation of Great White Sharks has been sorely damaged through misrepresentation by the media and popular writers. The ... October 23, 2001 'A Sperm Whale Stranding in Darwin' "Seven years ago, a 50 foot adult male sperm whale, weighing approximately forty tons was washed ashore at Casuarina, one of the ...
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SCS: Northern Elephant Seal (Mirounga angustirostris)
Other prey includes Pacific whiting, skates, rays, sharks and pelagic red crabs. Northern elephant seals are preyed on by great white sharks, a significant cause of mortality in juvenile seals, and sometimes also by killer whales. Statistics There is a great difference in size between the sexes with adult males ...
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The Pelagic Shark Research Foundation - The Sharks of the Monterey Bay - Pelagic Sharks
This classically ‘Lamnid’ looking shark is often misidentified as juvenile white sharks ... sharks, salmon, tunas, billfishes and numerous marine mammals. Salmon sharks feed on fishes, squid and other sharks; there is some evidence suggesting that adult salmon sharks ...
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Talking sharks with the Pelagic Shark Research Foundation's Sean Van Sommeran (full interview) | The Green Room | Santa Cruz Sentinel Blogs
So when those elephant seals come in from the open ocean there's a certain segment of the adult white ... learning about the migratory patterns of sharks? Basically all the conventional wisdom about white sharks off the coast of California was proven wrong in the year 2000/2001. White sharks were thought to be coastal ...
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