On Friday, half of our Marine Biology students went shark tagging with the Shark Research team at the University of Miami (the other half went today – so more pictures of them to come!) Overall, 8 sharks were caught, tagged, and released, including 4 nurse sharks, 2 blacknose sharks, 1 blacktip shark and 1 bull shark! It was a great day on the water! Click any of the photos below for more!

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