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Tracking Mugatu

Species: Tiger Shark
Scientific Name: Galeocerdo cuvier
Date Tagged: April 3, 2017
Location Tagged: West Palm Beach, FL
Gender: Female
Total Length (TL): 240 cm

About Mugatu

The Story Behind the Name: I began an organization in 2016 called Shark Mate in order to raise popular awareness and donation support for shark research. After coming across the work of Dr. Neil Hammerschlag, I was turned onto the “donate-a-shark” program at UM Shark Research. With a great deal of support from folks across the country, we, at Shark Mate, are ecstatic to give back to the ocean, and can’t wait to follow Mugatu.
External Website: becomeasharkmate.com

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