This longfin mako shark journeyed from the northern Gulf of Mexico to Florida Keys waters en route to the Atlantic Ocean in 2012. Movements of the rare mako are being studied by Mote Marine Laboratory in conjunction with Cuban marine biologists.
This longfin mako shark journeyed from the northern Gulf of Mexico to Florida Keys waters en route to the Atlantic Ocean in 2012. Movements of the rare mako are being studied by Mote Marine Laboratory in conjunction with Cuban marine biologists. Mote Marine Laboratory
This longfin mako shark journeyed from the northern Gulf of Mexico to Florida Keys waters en route to the Atlantic Ocean in 2012. Movements of the rare mako are being studied by Mote Marine Laboratory in conjunction with Cuban marine biologists. Mote Marine Laboratory

Rare longfin mako sharks journey through Keys waters

December 28, 2016 6:38 AM

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