This video says about itself:
Lemon Sharks [Negaprion brevirostris, 2.0m]
Location: Bahamas, November 2008.
Sharks never forget home
4 December 2013
Female lemon sharks return to their birth waters to deliver offspring — the first direct observation of such behaviour in any shark species.
Kevin Feldheim at the Field Museum in Chicago, Illinois, and his colleagues collected and analysed DNA from lemon sharks (Negaprion brevirostris) in the waters surrounding the Bimini Islands.
- Roaming sharks go home to give birth (bbc.co.uk)
- Mother sharks ‘home’ to their birthplace to give birth (sciencedaily.com)
- Study Says Lemon Sharks Reproduce At Home (spyghana.com)
- ScienceShot: Mother Sharks Head Home to Give Birth (news.sciencemag.org)
- Study: Lemon sharks return to birthplace, exhibiting ‘natal homing’ (newsday.com)
- Female sharks always return to their birthplace to have babies (dailymail.co.uk)
- Sharks Return to Their Birthplace to Give Birth (worldobserveronline.com)
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