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BBFS-Sharklab's Lemon shark census project 2009

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#1 shark8matt


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Posted 19 June 2009 - 08:10 AM

Greetings all!

I am covering the Bimini Biological Field Station - Sharklab's annual Juvenile Lemon Shark census - known as the PIT Project (named after the passive integrated transponder or PIT tag). We have a blog covering the project that will be updated through the month of June to bring you images and stories from the census and other shark-related activities. Please feel free to come by the BBFs website to check it out...
BBFS Sharklab PIT 2009 Blog



Matthew D. Potenski

The Shark Research Institute -Director of Field Operations
Bimini Biological Field Station - Sharklab - PIT Project Staff


#2 scubadew


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Posted 19 June 2009 - 09:11 AM

Will be fun to watch. We see the lemons off-shore in Jupiter, FL in the winter, and they are beautiful! Hopefully you will count lots of pups!