Things We Saw Today: A Very Rare Photo Of An Oceanic Shark Giving Birth

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Dr. Simon Oliver and A. E. Bicskos Kaszo captured what’s thought to be the first or one of the first photos of an oceanic shark giving birth. The image has been published in the journal Coral Reefs. As Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute senior scientist Dr. Simon Therrold told BBC:

I have never seen a comparable image for any other pelagic shark. It may well be, or at least the first time that the event has been photographed, but this is always difficult to say definitively.

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