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Division of Public Relations and Marketing Communications
Nova Southeastern University
3301 College Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33314-7796

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Study on Tiger Sharks Featured by National & International Media

First-Ever 2-3 year continuous satellite tagging track study

 

Credit: Nick Filmalter - Danah Divers

Credit: Nick Filmalter – Danah Divers

FORT LAUDERDALE-DAVIE, Fla. – Tiger sharks are among the largest and most recognizable sharks on the planet, yet many of their habits remain mysterious because they are long-distance travelers that are hard to track. But a new study, reported in the June 9, 2015 issue of the journal Scientific Reports, has yielded the first ever continuous, two or more-year satellite tagging tracks for the animals. This study reveals remarkable, and previously unknown, migration patterns more similar to birds, turtles and some marine mammals than other fishes.

This study has been receiving media attention across the globe – below are links to some of the media reports on this study:

 

You can read the press release HERE

 

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