Saturday, June 9, 2012
Scientists have been putting camera traps all over the world to find footage of rare and endangered animals. An in one of them, they found that jaguars are returning, but they this footage at a Palm Oil Plantation. It is important to help these poor animals. In other cameras, they found videos of other big cats, such as ocelots, and servals.
Scientists have been researching the huge Great White Shark migrations, but found some astonishing news. They found that half go to a place west of Bass Strait. But the other half didn't go there. They went the opposite direction and headed towards Australia. These two sharks live in different places but have alike genes. Scientists believe there are two types of Great Whites; Great White Sharks, and the the Australian Great White Shark.