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Great white shark Lydia with newly-attached motion sensor and satellite tag
Great white shark Lydia is fitted with a motion sensor on her dorsal fin
Great white shark Lydia aboard the research platform of OCEARCH
Great white shark Lydia is ready to be released from the research platform
SARASOTA, Fla. - Scientists from Mote Marine Laboratory are working with a team of researchers who are tracking great white sharks. Researchers just returned from a trip where they tagging a 2,000 pound, 14-foot-long shark named Lydia on an expedition near Jacksonville.
SARASOTA - A team of researchers from Mote Marine are heading to Cape Cod next for a month-long project where they'll tag Great White Sharks with satellite tags.
SARASOTA, Fla. - When you hear the words "shark attack," scenes from the movie Jaws often come to mind. But the word "attack" is misleading according to those who study sharks.
VENICE - On Saturday, the nationally-ranked Venice High School Indians defeated Haines City 14-4, winning their second straight state title. Wednesday night, the city celebrated its champions.
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It’s no secret that we all need to start thinking more about our food—from its source to how much we eat of whatever is on our plate. It’s scary how many foods these days are pumped full of hormones and preservatives and sugar—in fact, Mark Bittman just published a great op-ed in The New York Times about sugar and how toxic it is to our bodies (http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/02/27/its-the-sugar-folks/). Yikes.