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You've Heard About The Horse Race. But What About The Shark Race?

Most national polls show Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton leading her Republican opponent, Donald Trump, by several points. But there’s one place where a Trump is pulling ahead of a Clinton: in the ocean. Researchers at Nova Southeastern University in Florida are tracking how far two shortfin mako sharks — dubbed the Clinton Shark and the Trump Shark — swim for a migratory research project.
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