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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Carl Meyer
Researchers with the University of Hawaii have captured hours of shark-cam video that reinforces the fear tiger sharks strike in other animals.
An increase in shark attacks in Hawaiian waters have set both business owners and tourists on edge, while everyone from fishermen to marine biologists try to determine the cause of the uptick.
Meyer said researchers download the information to determine how often sharks are fed and to get a sense of how much they have been eating.
"It stays together throughout the day, but then they gradually swim higher and higher like a tornado of sharks, until sometime in the later afternoon or evening, then they go off on their own to do their own thing," Meyer said.