AN UNCOMMON THOUGHT

"The real trick to life is not to be in the know, but to be in the mystery."
-Fred Alan Wolf

01 June 2016

Selachimorpha.


The ocean’s pelagic alpha predators — Great White, Oceanic Whitetip, Longfin Mako, and Blue sharks — are notoriously press shy, which is why scientists use electronic tags to track individual sharks as they migrate over vast distances. This data is invaluable to researchers and fascinating for civilians who, as a fringe benefit of the work being done by the marine science organization Ocearch, can follow tagged Selachimorpha on Twitter. Still, not all sharks are worth following. Some sharks are way more interesting than others — Nurse Sharks, for instance, just sort of chill.

These seven earned their celebrity status by hanging out with the right crowd, getting into the occasional trouble, and — of course — by hiring top notch social media teams.


OCEARCH is really neat!

Thanks, Buff!

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