Shark that is part of an experiment swims to Puerto Rico

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Pedro Bosque Pérez
El mako Isurus oxyrinchus es la especie de tiburón más común consumida por el ser humano. (Southwest Fisheries Science Center NOAA Fisheries Service)

A shark that has been monitored was recently track swimming in the south of Puerto Rico. Researchers at Nova Southeastern University’s Guy Harvey Research Institute (GHRI) announced that “St. Mary’s”, shark's name, was escaping the cold temperatures and was swimming in the Caribbean waters.  



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