Climate change is about to change everything we knew about tiger sharks
Forbes, Other, 10/12/2021, Melissa Cristina Márquez
With a flick of its powerful tail, the large predator glides through the turquoise water off Sydney, Australia. It would blend perfectly with its surroundings the tiger-like stripes on its sides ensuring that if it wasn’t for the bright orange tag mounted on its dorsal fin. […] Australia’s climate has warmed considerably since national records began in 1910, and this has led to an increase in extreme events such as length of the fire season, declining rainfall, and rising sea levels as detailed in the State of the Climate report, released by CSIRO and the Bureau of Meteorology.