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Fig. 1 | Animal Biotelemetry

Fig. 1

From: Tracking sharks without teeth: a non-invasive rigid tag attachment for large predatory sharks

Fig. 1

a The sway channel of the accelerometer (g) shows increased tailbeat frequency and amplitude, an indication of increased dynamic motion. b The pitch angle of the tag (radians), derived from the arcsine of the surge acceleration channel, relative to the estimated speed (m/s) of the animal, remained constant across the duration of the deployment. This indicates that the clamps did not slip even after significant dynamic motion. If the tag had slipped, this relationship would have shifted

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