Grey reef sharks form long-term friendships, study reveals

September 10, 2020
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Grey reef sharks work together and form social groups that can last for years, according to a study.

Scientists who monitored a shark population off the remote Palmyra Atoll, to the south of Hawaii in the Pacific Ocean, noticed the predators formed tangled webs of social bonds.

The shark would spend their mornings together as large groups, disperse throughout the day, before reconvening with their friends later on.

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