After a week in the Bahamas with our wonderful partners at the Cape Eleuthera Institute , this weekend we managed to achieve history—tagging an animal from a submersible submarine for the first time—EVER. Our objective was the deep-sea shark, the bluntnose sixgill. This ancient species predates most dinosaurs, and is a dominant predator of the deep sea ecosystem. Dean Grubbs , has been the first to put a satellite tag on one of these elusive sharks, but until now had only been able to do so by bringing them up to the surface. Typically, the data obtained after surface tagging of a six gill is believed to be skewed, as the shark does not return to its natural behaviors for some time after the tagging.
We Tagged a Shark From a Submarine
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