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Nearly 300 great white sharks are living in the waters just off the coast of California – a jump of 35% in 10 years

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Proves Marine Mammal Protection Is Helping Sea Animals Thrive



The great white shark population off the coast of California in the ‘red triangle’ has risen to approximately 300, a gain of nearly 30 percent from 10 years ago, thanks to several conservation efforts, researchers have found.

The results, published in Biological Conservation, note that the swell in population of adult and ‘sub-adult’ sharks is happening in the area between Monterey Bay, the Farallon Islands and Bodega Bay.

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