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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: SF Bay Shark Die Off Followup story  (Read 250 times)

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Dale L

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Earlier this year I posted up an article on a significant shark die off in the bay, Here is a followup story about the biological investigation and a probable cause,  interesting stuff, mentions WSB.

https://baynature.org/article/hunt-bay-shark-killer-narrows-suspect/

BTW "Bay Nature" is a super high quality publication about all things Nature related in the Bay Area.


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You're right, that is interesting.  Hopefully, F&G will limit Leopard shark fishing next year in order to assist in recovering those lost sharks.


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I often see dead juvenile sharks get washed up on the Hayward shoreline. I've been noticing that for the last 30 years. I always thought it was simply natural selection at work.


 

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