On Exhibit: Fragile Waters: Predator or Prey

Sharks are apex predators throughout the oceans and predator-prey interactions are of central importance in ecology, with important implications for population dynamics, management, and conservation. Sharks are top predators in many marine communities, yet few studies have quantified or determined those factors influencing their distribution and hunting behavior. However, studies of large shark foraging behavior are important for understanding the ecology of these species and are particularly important at this time in light of steep declines in their populations and the recent realization that they may have important structuring roles in marine communities.

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Hourly Schedule

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Date

Sep 19 2020

Time

All Day