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A study of more than 3,000 sharks identified the most common South Florida species

A study of more than 3,000 sharks identified the most common South Florida species

The bull shark, a fearsome predator that could kill you with a single bite, turns out to be the fourth-most abundant shark species in South Florida, according to a new study of the region’s sharks. Fortunately, bull sharks find us pretty unappetizing, considering how many are out there and how rarely they...

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