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Their work was noble and occasionally terrifying; white sharks are among the ocean’s most mysterious and misunderstood creatures.
To Greg Skomal, the state’s marine biologist, the white sharks are now a standard part of summer in Massachusetts.
Generally, tracking results show white sharks appear to spend more time diving during the day, and more time at the surface come nighttime.
In addition, the return of white sharks and shortfin makos that prey on sea lions may also bring down sea lion populations.
The fauna is more dangerous, because there are a lot of tiger, bull and white sharks, which are very aggressive.
Researchers in Massachusetts say white sharks appear to venture offshore farther, with more frequency and at greater depths than previously known in the Atlantic.
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