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        Tiger Sharks and Sea Turtle Predation | EARTH A New Wild

        Marine biologists are able to locate annual hotspots for shark activity based on the availability of their prey. After sea turtles off the coast of Australia return to land to lay their eggs, tiger sharks congregate in large numbers to feed on the vulnerable mothers. Use this resource to demonstrate biological cycles and predator/prey relationships, and how scientists have learned to study these patterns to further their research.

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