Jane Stevens at Hopkins Marine Station, Pacific Grove, CA - In case you missed seeing this video of the baby white shark who was released from the Monterey Bay Aquarium, it's worth taking a look. He ate salmon steaks -- "restaurant quality" -- which were suspended from a pole by a thread. That diet helped him grow 13 inches in the six months he lived at the aquarium. Here's the link to the video.
While the new juvenile white shark swims liesurely in the Monterey Bay Aquarium's massive Outer Bay tank, you can watch his cousin of about the same age trolling up and down the warm waters of
Monterey Bay Aquarium shark handlers transferred the 4-foot, 9-inch, 67-pound juvenile male shark from a holding pen off Malibu to the Outer Bay tank.