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Tagging Basking Sharks
How are NOAA Fisheries scientists studying basking sharks—the 2nd largest shark in the ocean? Watch and learn how we are using satellite tag technology to learn more about these giant gentles, including their movements and preferred habitat.
A Mako’s Last Meal Part II: The Shark Bite Effect
In 2013, scientists discovered a sea lion in the stomach of a mako shark. Watch part 1 @ https://youtu.be/L6oov2ZmRaM In part II, see sea lion survivors, and how their wounds provide important insight on the state of sharks in southern California.
A Mako Shark's Last Meal
See NOAA Fisheries biologist Antonella Preti perform a gut analysis on a 12 foot shortfin mako shark weighing 1,323 lbs. Analyzing shark stomachs helps build a database of who eats who eats who in the ocean, an essential tool in managing fisheries.