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Study Shows Tarpon Actively Avoid Areas Where Bullsharks Congregate

Author: Bullbuster Team

Study Compares How Tarpon & Bullsharks Interact

University Of Miami's Tarpon Research Center teamed up with the sometimes controversial University Of Miami Shark Research Program to compare satellite tagging data of bullsharks and tarpon in South Florida.  The results of their study suggests that it may be possible that tarpon actively avoid areas where bullsharks regularly feed. Check out the video below to learn more about this awesome study. 

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