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Whale shark tracked by Galapagos Park scientists will soon provide them with unfathomable information

Published on January 30, 2020
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Researchers from the Galapagos National Park are following the path of a whale shark named “Hope”, who was fitted with a tracking device in September 2019, on Darwin Island, north of the archipelago. The animal is now in French Polynesia according to the tracking device that was placed by scientists. According to […]

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