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Dr. Salvador Jorgensen holds a satellite tag that popped off a great white shark during the 2011 fall tagging season off the Farallon Islands. Genetic information and tracking data from tagged sharks help the program uncover mysteries about the world's most maligned ocean predator. © Monterey Bay Aquarium

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Dr. Salvador Jorgensen, PhD., Research Scientist at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. © Monterey Bay Aquarium

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Sal Jorgensen, left, research scientist for Monterey Bay Aquarium's Project White Shark, celebrates a successful tagging of an adult great white shark of California's Farallon Islands. © TOPP

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Dr. Salvador Jorgensen, PhD., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Scientist Photo credit: © Monterey Bay Aquarium

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Andrew Johnson, Monterey Bay Aquarium Sea Otter Programs Manager Photo credit: © Monterey Bay Aquarium

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Andrew Johnson, manager, sea otter programs. © Monterey Bay Aquarium

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Julie Packard, Executive Director of the Monterey Bay Aquarium in the Great Tide Pool at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. Must credit:  ©Corey Arnold

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Julie Packard, Executive Director of the Monterey Bay Aquarium. Must credit: © Corey Arnold

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Cynthia Vernon, Chief Operating Officer at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. ©Monterey Bay Aquarium

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Cynthia Vernon, Chief Operating Officer at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. ©Monterey Bay Aquarium

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