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White shark tagging season kicks off and we’ve already spotted a familiar face, er, fin!

“Middle Notch,” a 15-foot male white shark & Farallones regular It’s October, aka Sharktober, and our white shark research team is out in the Farallon Islands using tech and science to answer questions about this misunderstood species. And they’ve already spotted a familiar fin! Farallones regular, “Middle Notch,” made an appearance off the coast of Southeast Farallon Island at 9:30 a.
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