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Encounter Number: 51200920215

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Identity

Identified as: H-071

Matched by: Unknown

Alternate ID:

 Occurrence ID: None assigned.


Date

2008-12-29 11:15
Verbatim Event Date: None


Location

Description: Utila, Honduras
Location ID: 2a
Country:
Water depth: 100.0 meters

No GPS data is available for mapping.




Contact Information

Submitter
Douglas Keim

Photographer


Observation Attributes

Status: alive

Sex: unknown

Noticeable scarring:  None

Behavior:  None

Additional comments:
To the best of my knowledge the left and right side shots are from the same shark. Also, the shark was tagged (DSC_8190.jpg), and Al from the Utila Aggressor thought it was a shark know as Ol' Tom.



Metadata

Workflow state: approved

Managing researcher: 
Jason Holmberg

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Measurements

TypeSizeUnits
Length9.0Meters

Tracking

Metal Tags

Left:
Right:

Acoustic Tag

Serial number:
ID:

Satellite Tag

Name
Serial number:
Argos PTT:


Dynamic Properties

None

 Images


Image 1
photo Utila, Honduras

Image 2
photo Utila, Honduras

Image 3
photo Utila, Honduras


Adopters

No adoptions defined.


Spot Matching Algorithms (Modified Groth and I3S)

Extracted Spots

14 left-side spots added. 15 right-side spots added.

Pattern Matching Results

Groth: Left-side scan results
Groth: Right-side scan results
I3S: Left-side scan results
I3S: Right-side scan results

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