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Dr. Chris Lowe and Barbara Ziegler, CSULB

Leopard Shark Thermal Inertia Study (2005)

This work was part of a larger study examining the behavior and foraging patterns of leopard sharks. It is hypothesized that leopard sharks may be behaviorally modifying their body temperature to improve physiologic processes involved in nutrition and reproduction.

Last updated October 19 2011