Repeated observations of cetaceans and carcharhiniformes associations in the Red Sea
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KeywordsBody Length Direct Benefit Killer Whale Repeated Observation Prey Fish
We thank Frederico Oreamuno and Jhonathan Rojas for video and photo material and Dream-Divers for field and data support.
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The authors declare no conflicts of interest.
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