First Ever Hybrid Shark Discovered Off The Coast Of Australia

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Posted in History | Neat | Smart by on January 4th, 2012

A group of Australian researchers from the James Cook University recently made a highly unlikely, “unprecedented” discovery: 57 hybrid sharks along 1,240 miles of the coast. The team believes that changing conditions in the waters from Brisbane to Sidney caused the common blacktip shark (Carcharhinus limbatus) and the Australian blacktip shark (Carcarhinus tilstoni) to interbreed and create generations of hybrids. Here’s more with the First Ever Hybrid Shark Discovered Off The Coast Of Australia.

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