Shark migration season, especially “snowbird” blacktip sharks, has begun in South Florida. But researchers say there are fewer than ever and the reduction in visiting sharks could have ecological effect. Stephen Kajiura FAU
Shark migration season, especially “snowbird” blacktip sharks, has begun in South Florida. But researchers say there are fewer than ever and the reduction in visiting sharks could have ecological effect. Stephen Kajiura FAU

This season brings a smaller, feistier shark species that lurks close to shore

April 19, 2017 04:11 PM