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Bite-sized Science-Sharks of Florida - Shared screen with speaker view
Maia McGuire
26:08
Good afternoon everyone--we will start in a couple of minutes :)
Sarah Cutrone
35:03
You are cutting in and out.
gerri klemm
58:52
very interesting presentation
Maia McGuire
01:03:07
https://www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/discover-fish/sharks/species-profiles/
Maia McGuire
01:03:32
https://myfwc.com/fishing/saltwater/recreational/sharks/
Lorena araujo
01:06:05
What do the different classes of sharks discussed have in common...for example the carpet sharks? Why are they called that
Ken Millis
01:06:25
Are sharks vocal?
Chris O'Flaherty
01:06:32
Do the bonnetheads migrate?
Elzabeth Rourke
01:07:04
I really enjoy these sessions, thanks
Christine Raininger
01:08:18
I understand the scalloped hammerhead is a listed species by the ESA but the greater hammerhead is not. Why are they so hard to tell apart and why is only one of two very similar species listed by the ESA? (The alligator is listed due to similar appearance to the ESA listed crocodile)
Christine Raininger
01:11:16
Thank you!
Felicia Beaudry
01:11:42
Thanks!