Reversing overfishing, climate change, and population growth can seem insurmountable. Safina Center Fellows strive to amplify the global conservation discussion and, in targeted ways and places, they make a difference. Their drive to redefine the future of our planet starts with the belief that progress is possible. —Carl Safina
The following afternoon, scientists from both SBU and the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) transferred the shark to the Southampton Marine Station for dissection. It was identified as a juvenile, male white shark less than two years old, based on its size and weight.