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Mystery Illness Plagues Florida’s Smalltooth Sawfish

Since January, marine biologists have been investigating a concerning mystery: endangered smalltooth sawfish are dying in dramatic fashion. Scientists have few clues to go on as they try to figure out what is killing them. And with just 650 breeding females remaining in the wild, the race is on to solve the case before it’s too late. The mystery illness plaguing the sawfish—named for their long, toothed snouts (called rostrums)—is distressing. Over the past few months, more than 175 individuals... Read More

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