The bonnethead shark (Sphyrna tiburo), which sticks close to shore and hunts in shallow waters frequented by humans, usually dines on shrimp, small crabs, and small fish in seagrass meadows. But in 2007, researchers found something strange in the guts of juvenile bonnethead sharks: the seagrass itself.


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