Climate change: Sharks seen walking on land…

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Can you ever think that there can be the chances of getting attacked by a shark on land? Stunned? But then it is true that chances of attack by shark on land are never zero!

Scientists have managed to capture sharks walking on land on tape and here is the video.

Basically, Epaulettes are 3 ft long, which can be found swimming (even walking, apparently) around the Great Barrier Reef. These sharks come out as they experience short periods of elevated CO2, low O2 levels (hypoxia) & fluctuating temperatures as reef flats become isolated from the outgoing tide. watch video

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