THE TIGER SHARK PROJECT
Underwater encounters with tiger sharks are rare occurrences everywhere in Hawaii except one place: Honokohau Harbor. The sharks have found a steady source of food in the leftover scraps from the local recreational fishing fleet. As a result, the nearby dive sites serve as Hawaii's only hotspots for tiger shark interactions.
This project seeks to answer the question, "just how many tiger sharks use Honokohau Harbor" through photo identification techniques.
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