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Saving sharks with trees: researchers aim to save key branches of shark and ray tree of life

To shine light on and conserve rare shark, ray, and chimaera Species (chondrichthyans), SFU researchers have developed a fully-resolved family Tree and ranked every species according to the unique evolutionary history they account for. Biological diversity in the Top 20 imperiled species. Sawfish are characterized by their long rostra with teeth that they use to stun prey; Basking Sharks are filter feeders; Broadnose sevengill sharks...

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