The recently released results of the decade-long Tagging of Pacific Predators project reveal new details about the migration patterns and other activities of ocean animals.
The Census of Marine Life's Tagging of Pacific Predators project was a decade-long effort to track top marine predators and learn more about their migration patterns and lifestyles. The results of the project, released June 22, show that the eastern Pacific Ocean is teeming with animal hotspots. The shortfin mako sharks seen here were tagged off the coast of Southern California. Tagging of Pacific Predators Buy Photo