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David Briggs

Three angelsharks washed up on Chicken Ranch Beach last week, too decayed for necropsies by the time a Department of Fish and Wildlife researcher responded. Yet Dr. Mark Okihiro, a senior fish pathologist for the department, said sharks commonly die from naturally occurring pathogens that disorient them. “Most of these shark species, we have a pretty good idea of . . .