Interactive: Tracking Migratory Species from Darwin Island to Cocos Island (2018, 2021)

🟢 TRACKING MIGRATORY SPECIES 🟢

Following the recent news regarding the near-real time tracking of Cassiopeia, the female hammerhead shark, from Darwin Island to Cocos Island, check out the research findings from @crpenaherrera and @migramar in 2018.

Using satelitte transmitters, researchers were able to track a hammerhead shark from Darwin Island en route to Cocos Island and continuing further to Malpelo.

Both the recent findings with Cassiopeia and the ongoing work of @Migramar reinforce the vulnerability of endangered migratory species, such as the tiburón martillo

Sources:

2018 – Drs. Alex Hearn and Cesar Penaherrera; Image taken via Facebook
2021 – Image taken from Parque Nacional Galapagos via Facebook



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