As a reminder, here is what he looked like 2 years ago.
Here is what he looks like with his old scar and new bite marks.
It's great to see him back at Guadalupe acting like nothing happened. I continue to be blown away by both their ability to heal and never showing any signs of discomfort or indication that they are in pain, when swimming around with severe bite injuries. Chugey is one of our "original" sharks at Isla Guadalupe, having visited the island every year for well over a decade.
Tonight we leave on our first science dive of the season. Nicole Nasby-Lucas, who is of course the person responsible for our photo ID database, will be coming out with us. Thanks to her, we can individually identify the sharks and also have a history of when they visited Guadalupe Island.
We have seen a few new sharks this season and I cant wait for her to add them to the database.
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