Ecosystem changes following loss of great white sharks

Ecosystem changes following loss of great white sharks

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Great white shark. Photo source: ©© Elias Levy

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A new study has documented unexpected consequences following the decline of great white sharks from an area off South Africa. The study found that the disappearance of great whites has led to the emergence of sevengill sharks, a top predator from a different habitat…

Read Full Article; Science Daily (02-13-2019)

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