It’s sad any time an animal dies.
But sometimes it is also an opportunity. The folks at Marine Dynamics in South Africa, our partners in Global Shark Diving, participated in a very interesting collaborative necropsy on several great white sharks that washed up on the African shoreline. One of their conclusions? Orcas (killer whales) might be biting a hole between the pectoral fins of great white sharks to allow the sharks’ buoyant livers to float free and provide a high protein feast for the orcas!
Note : Global Shark Diving is a collaboration that recognizes and supports the very best and most responsible shark tourism operators around the world. Each operator must demonstrate a significant and measurable contribution to conservation. GSD’s independent ambassadors include Howard and Michelle Hall and Douglas Seifert.
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Article and image from Michelle Jewell, Marine Dynamics, Earth Touch
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