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Where do sharks go for lunch? New research reveals sharks’ eating habits - short life science news

There are more than 500 species of sharks but little is known about the feeding behavior of most of them. A large scale international study figured out the places where sharks eat by analyzing carbon isotopes found in the sharks. They discovered that sharks living far from costal regions travel a long way to get their food from specific oceanic areas. On the contrary, costal shark feel locally, without traveling to much. The results have important applications for the conservation efforts for many shark species.

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