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Figure 1 | Animal Biotelemetry

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From: Two-year migration of adult female white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) reveals widely separated nursery areas and conservation concerns

Figure 1

Location data for four satellite-linked radio-telemetry-tagged female white sharks during the Offshore Phase. The large gold contour indicates the MCP for all offshore location points for the four tagged female sharks: (A) F98, (B) F77, (C) F6 and (D) F100. The white contour indicates the 50% density contour for adult males while they were offshore [7]. The small black circles indicate the estimated end position of the offshore track as the sharks moved toward the pupping grounds.

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