• Jul 3, 2018 11:00 pm
  • 14:08 mins

Guest: Barbara Block, PhD, Professor of Biology, Stanford University Great White Sharks live in the coastal waters of most major oceans, but once or twice a year they head off to a remote area in the Pacific that looks like a barren ocean “desert” on satellite images. Now scientists know those images are misleading, and explore the area now dubbed the White Shark Café.

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