It occurs to me that a peaceful shark migration, dominated by species not generally associated with attacks on humans, could be a feel-good sort of wildlife biology story. Humans detect migrating sharks, sensibly put out the word so other humans can get out of their way, and the sharks successfully migrate, as they do every year, in spite of this year’s migration being a little later that expected.
Instead of the deadly-dangerous-sharks-swarm-Florida-be
How about more coverage of the migration itself instead? As a Southwesterner I didn’t know until now that the Florida coast had such a massive and regular migration of blacktip and spinner sharks. Sounds pretty awesome, actually.
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