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Marine biologist makes annual visit to rare greenland shark
Alongside being a marine biologist and university veternarian at Dalhousie, Chris Harvey-Clark has one fascinating interest - tracking down the Greenland shark, one of sciences most mystical and insufficiently studied marine animals.
"It's hard to know where to start with this animal. It's so amazing. Imagine you're looking out your window, having a morning cup of coffee and a four-metre-long predator crosses your backyard … this is exactly what's been happening with the Greenland shark," he told CBC Radio's Mainstreet.
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