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In this week’s edition of Shark Science Monday, Christopher Neff discusses how shark attacks play a role in shark management policy in three countries- the United States, Australia, and South Africa.
If you have a question for Christopher, please leave it in the comments and I’ll make sure it gets to him.
Once more, three months have passed in our ongoing series, 365 days of Darwin. For new readers, our favorite stuffed Charles Darwin doll is spending a year traveling around the world and updating us all on his adventures, daily. The last three months, Charlie has traveled farther than ever before. You can checkup on his first sixth months here: 365 days of Darwin: The first 3 months and here: 365 days of Darwin: The second 3 months. Check below the fold for a summary of his most recent 3 months. The adventure continues!
Charlie meets legendary shark scientist Eugenie Clark, who just turned 88 years old. Dr. Clark admitted to WhySharksMatter that “Can you please hold this stuffed Charles Darwin so that I can take a picture to put on the internet” was, in fact, the strangest question she ever received in her long and storied career.