Surprisingly Few White Sharks Off California Coast, First Census Finds

Surprisingly Few White Sharks Off California Coast, First Census Finds

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Great white shark. Photo source: ©© Elias Levy

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In the first census of its kind, research led by UC Davis and Stanford University found that there are far fewer white sharks off central California than biologists had thought.

The study, published in the journal Biology Letters, is the first rigorous scientific estimate of white shark numbers in the northeast Pacific Ocean. It is also the best estimate among the world’s three known white-shark populations (the others are in Australia/New Zealand and South Africa)…

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