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Carl Meyer

The marine biologist is in the forefront of identifying the behavioral patterns of sharks and other marine animals

By Mark Coleman

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 01, 2013

~~<p>Carl Meyer is one of Hawaii's foremost marine biologists who has been studying sharks -- and shark attacks -- since moving here in 1993.</p>
<p>The state's latest shark attack was just last month off Hawaii island, where a surfer was bitten on the hand by what is believed to have been a tiger shark.</p>
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Carl Meyer is one of Hawaii's foremost marine biologists who has been studying sharks -- and shark attacks -- since moving here in 1993.

The state's latest shark attack was just last month off Hawaii island, where a surfer was bitten on the hand by what is believed to have been a tiger shark. Login for more...



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