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On Wednesday morning, Chris Lowe, a professor of marine biology and director of the Shark Lab at California State University-Long Beach, worked with other researchers to tag great white sharks to track their paths.

The tagging reportedly does not harm the sharks through a small portion of their dorsal fin. See the video posted by Orange County Sheriff’s Department from Airship Duke taken this morning.

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  • collegiate alma mater…yeah CSULB !!!!i it’s funny, to me, being a san clementian for three, almost four decades, hat the much needed “slowing down”of our town’s growth, and sober-living exploitation has been forced into fruition by a group of adolescent great white sharks…so, thank them !!

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