• Best. Photo. Ever.

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    Members of the RJ Dunlap Marine Conservation Program from Miami University tag Kori the tiger shark by pinning her down and attaching the tag to her dorsal fin in the Caribbean Sea, west of the Bahamas. These scientists are using an unusual technique to track the movements of this tiger shark as it moves through the seas. Sitting precariously on the back of 13 foot-long female tiger shark, the six-man team work in unison to catch and then fit a shark-friendly satellite tracking system to the dorsal fin of the giant creature before safely releasing it back into the water…

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