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Be wary of any short science-related posting that lacks a link to a more in-depth treatment of the topic. Scientific findings are rarely if ever simple enough to capture in a headline or tweet.
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Two great white shark observations in two days, and a viral image on top of it! Get the behind-the-scenes story from @VIMS_News's #Shark Survey scientists and learn how cool temps in the mid-Atlantic helped to set the stage - https://t.co/TsR54SnLvv pic.twitter.com/gF05eIeg20— Virginia Institute of Marine Science (@VIMS_News) June 11, 2018