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Weekly dose of SHIFF: Detection of an ontogenetic shift in sandbar shark diets

All is quiet on the site today because Bluegrass Blue Crab and I are currently in Charleston watching WhySharksMatter’s masters thesis defense. Since y’all can’t be there with us, take a moment to enjoy David’s talk from Benthic Ecology 2011 – Detection of an ontogenetic shift in the diet of a heavily exploited shark species.

 

 


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