Naturally occurring hybrid sharks are an environmental adaptation

01/2/2012 | News.com.au (Australia)

Australian researches have observed 57 naturally occurring hybrid sharks between Queensland and New South Wales, marking the first time such a large number of hybrid sharks have been seen. The sharks are a hybrid of two distinct species, the common blacktip shark and the Australian blacktip shark, and scientists hypothesize the matings may be adaptions to changing environmental conditions.

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