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Shelby Reef Jul 16
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Benjamin Lowy Jul 19
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Aquarium of the Bay Jul 18
Today’s shark goes by many names. Tope, school, snapper, and soupfin. They are found worldwide and can grow up to 7 feet long!! The soupfin shark’s conservation status is Vulnerable on the IUCN Red list of Endangered Species 🦈
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PASCAL LECOCQ Jul 19
That was this week end: Pascal's 4th solo show at SHARKCON Tampa⁠ more pics athttp:// © pascal lecocq @sharkcon_2018
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Oneoceandiving Jul 17
Thank you. Brooklyn_penn for sharing your experience with instagram. We are happy to make a shark advocate out of you and your friends. We hope to spread awareness on 🦈🦈🦈🦈🦈🦈🦈🦈🦈
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OceanUnite Jul 19
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Oceanscape Network Jul 14
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Epic Diving 7h
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Benjamin Lowy Jul 15
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The Spicy Shark Jul 14
Are you following and all their good work?
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Ocean Scuba Dive Jul 15
Planning a viewing party this year? 🎉How cool is this JAWs pretzel bowl, courtesy of , 🦈people who really know how to throw a party dedicated to our cold-blooded friends!
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Shark Guardian Jul 13
Today is International Shark Awareness Day. Lets not forget what that means
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Michael Bolton Jul 12
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K 20h
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Epic Diving Jul 19
Friday Fact - 🦈 have been on Earth for nearly 500 million years, nearly 200 million years before the 🦖 🦕!
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Dan Schaffer Jul 19
Replying to @danschaf
...even more terrifying statistics of how sharks are treated by humans. chomp on us occasionally, usually by mistake, but the reputation-to-reality ratio is astronomically out of whack.
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The Gills Club Jul 18
Happy Thursday Gills! We have one more day of Gail Schwieterman​'s feature. Today, we asked Gail what her favorite part of being a scientist is.
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Oceans 2019 Jul 18
Francesca Page has begun the project, aiming to raise awareness for the 200 sharks that are lost every 60 seconds. Follow her mission at for some incredible shark art! 🦈
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The Gills Club Jul 17
We are halfway through feature. Today, let’s learn how Gail’s research benefits shark conservation.
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The Gills Club Jul 16
Happy Tuesday Gills! Yesterday, we introduced this week’s featured scientist, . Today, let’s learn what current research Gail is doing.
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