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  • Researchers study sharks off the NC coast

    Watch researchers catching, tagging and counting sharks off of the coast of NC. In the wake of an increase in shark bites on NC beaches, researchers are confident that the large shark population has been decreasing for years. Video by Tegan Johnston, tjohnston@newsobserver.com

Watch researchers catching, tagging and counting sharks off of the coast of NC. In the wake of an increase in shark bites on NC beaches, researchers are confident that the large shark population has been decreasing for years. Video by Tegan Johnston, tjohnston@newsobserver.com
Watch researchers catching, tagging and counting sharks off of the coast of NC. In the wake of an increase in shark bites on NC beaches, researchers are confident that the large shark population has been decreasing for years. Video by Tegan Johnston, tjohnston@newsobserver.com

NC scientists use bait and hooks to explore the lives of sharks

July 14, 2015 6:05 PM