AA bluntnose sixgill shark swims down after being tagged with a multi-instrument tag package by Danny Coffey and Mark Royer at the Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology to study their movement and energetics relative to the oxygen and temperature of their environment.

A bluntnose sixgill shark swims down after being tagged with a multi-instrument tag package by Danny Coffey and Mark Royer at the Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology to study their movement and energetics relative to the oxygen and temperature of their environment. Image courtesy of Mark Royer, Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, University of Hawaii.

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