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Salmon sharks wash up on California coasts

August 20, 2012 by Alison Hawkes

Dozens of salmon sharks wash up on California coasts, dead or dying, each year. Often mistaken as white sharks or ...

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Pelagic Shark Research Foundation

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

Sponsors and conducts field research and education programs to help increase our understanding of sharks and related fish.

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Large-Mouthed Shark Gets Attention in Monterey

July 09, 2010 by Amos Hausman-Rogers

Some unwitting humans are bobbing in the water off the coast of California. A gigantic shark, 30 feet long, rises from the depths of the dark ocean. The shark slowly approaches the people, and then ...

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Beyond Jaws

January 01, 2010 by Glen Martin

Fast, silent, and deadly, the great white shark has long evoked both fear and awe among those who live, work, and play along the California coast. Yet for all its press--both good and bad--we've known remarkably little about the life of this iconic creature. But recent scientific studies using pioneering tracking techniques are finally giving us a better look at the white shark's wide-ranging haunts and habits.

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