By Douglas Main, OurAmazingPlanet

“For the first time, migrating great white sharks have been tagged and  their movements around the oceans tracked for years, as opposed to the  few months they have previously been tracked, according to a researcher.

Scientists used special satellite tags that tracked several sharks from  a specific great white population for up to three years off the coast  of Mexico. The study found that adult female sharks complete a two-year  breeding cycle and avoid male sharks whenever possible, said study  author Michael Domeier, a researcher and the president of the Marine Conservation Science Institute.”


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