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Scientists Discovered A 'Shark Highway' And Are Working To Protect It


Biologists have long believed that different shark species traveled from Costa Rica all the way to the Galapagos and Cocos islands. 

NPR reports that groups of scientists have been attaching electronic tags to sharks to try and track their journey for years, but they've finally made a breakthrough, identifying a "shark highway" that is used as a pathway from one part of the ocean to the other for over 16 species of sharks and fish, plus sea turtles and dolphins, who all use the route.