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tagging bonethead shark

Florida Museum field biologist Johanna Imhoff prepares to measure and tag 
a bonnethead shark as biologist Jason Romine pulls in a 600-foot gill net.

Bill Kanapaux

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tagging bonethead shark

Florida Museum field biologist Johanna Imhoff prepares to measure and tag 
a bonnethead shark as biologist Jason Romine pulls in a 600-foot gill net.

Bill Kanapaux

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tagging bonethead shark

Florida Museum field biologist Johanna Imhoff prepares to measure and tag 
a bonnethead shark as biologist Jason Romine pulls in a 600-foot gill net.

Bill Kanapaux
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