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Science - Fiji Shark Project
Scientific shark articles
Alaska & Wildlife
While penetrating the surface of the water, a Great White shark (Carcharodon carcharias) turns its eyes backwards. This is a protecting measure for the sensitive eyes, as Great White Sharks don't have a nictitating membrane. (00003362)
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