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Matthew Larsen

Matthew Larsen has written 3 posts for oceanbites

Jumbo Shrimp: The First Definitive Evidence of a Megalodon Nursery

Where did baby Megalodon sharks hang out? In nurseries of course! Read on to learn more about how scientists identified a Megalodon shark nursery area using the fossil record! Matthew LarsenI am a second year master’s student at Coastal Carolina University in the Abel Lab. My interests focus on the ecology and life history of […]

Hungry Shark: Examining the diet of tiger sharks in South Africa during different life stages.

Tiger sharks aren’t shy when it comes to their diets! Check out this article to read more about how these predators vary their diets off the coast of South Africa. Matthew LarsenI am a second year master’s student at Coastal Carolina University in the Abel Lab. My interests focus on the ecology and life history […]

Citizen Science and Undersea Stars: The Value of Photographs to Global Megafauna Biology

Check out this article about how tourist pictures of whale sharks are helping scientists learn about whale shark populations around the globe! Matthew LarsenI am a second year master’s student at Coastal Carolina University in the Abel Lab. My interests focus on the ecology and life history of large marine fish with a central focus […]

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