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Bull Sharks of the Shark River Estuary

Bull Sharks of the Shark River Estuary
A presentation by shark scientist Philip Matich & Michael Heithaus

Understand how environmental changes both natural and man-made affect the ecosystems of Florida for our future. Come listen to the research studies of juvenile bull sharks found in the Florida Everglades (Shark River Estuary). Because of these changes they are interested in the movements on these juvenile sharks from fresh to saltwater and the diets of these sharks. They will also present on the status of cull sharks and the conservation measures here in Florida for them.

Presentation starts at 7 pm on Sept 26, 2013 at Force-E Pompano Beach located at 1312 N. Federal Hwy

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  • Kirk

    The more I can learn about sharks, the better I can discuss this topic in depth. We have to change the popular opinion that Sharks are "killing machines" and "our oceans are better without them".

    1 · August 28, 2013

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