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A “sweet spot” in shark biology: Shark: Biology and Conservation

Abel and Grubbs, Shark Biology and Conservation. Illustrated by Elise Pullen and Marc Dando. 2020. John Hopkins Press, Baltimore, 430 pp

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Klimley, P. A “sweet spot” in shark biology: Shark: Biology and Conservation. Environ Biol Fish 103, 1619–1621 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10641-020-01043-x

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