New publication on genetic analyses of tiger sharks in the Indo-Pacific region

Bonnie’s latest genetic study suggests that tiger sharks in the Indo-pacific move and interbreed within the region. The study shows that nations in the region need to cooperate to jointly manage and conserve this shared population.

Photo: Jenny Ovenden (left) and Bonnie Holmes (right).

Holmes, B., Williams, S., Otway, N., Nielsen, E. E., Maher, S., Bennett, M. & Ovenden, J. R. (2017). Population structure and connectivity of tiger sharks (Galeocerdo cuvier) across the Indo-Pacific Ocean Basin. Royal Society Open Science.

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By : Jenny Ovenden /July 06, 2017 /Latest News /Comments Off on New publication on genetic analyses of tiger sharks in the Indo-Pacific region

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