Shark Week Tech, Crime & Birth Year, Sharks’ Near-Extinction
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Learn about cutting-edge Shark Week tech; how birthdays impact criminal records; and the time sharks nearly went extinct. More from Joe and Lauren Romeiro and Shark Week 2021: Start your 7-day free trial of discovery+  Shark Week 2021 Full Schedule  Shark Week 2021 Visual Guide Follow @laurenromeiro333 on Instagram Follow @joeromeiro333 on Instagram  Learn about new Eli Roth film “Fin”  Learn more about “Return to Shark Vortex” Learn more about “Ninja Shark 2: Mutants Rising”  Dive deeper into all your favorite Shark Week shows with Shark Week’s Daily Bite Podcast hosted by Luke Tipple: Listen on Apple Podcasts:  Listen on Spotify:  Learn more:  The likelihood of having a criminal record depends on when a person was born by Kelsey Donk Best predictor of arrest rates? The “birth lottery of history.” (2021). EurekAlert!  Neil, R., & Sampson, R. J. (2021). The Birth Lottery of History: Arrest over the Life Course of Multiple Cohorts Coming of Age, 1995–2018. American Journal of Sociology, 126(5), 1127–1178.  19 million years ago, sharks almost disappeared by Cameron Duke Shark evolution: a 450 million year timeline. (2018). Evidence for a previously unknown extinction event that decimated ocean shark species. (2021). EurekAlert!  Ryan, J. (2021, June 7). Sharks almost disappeared 19 million years ago and scientists don’t know why. CNET; CNET.  Sibert, E. C., & Rubin, L. D. (2021). An early Miocene extinction in pelagic sharks. Science, 372(6546), 1105–1107.  Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to learn something new every day withCody Gough andAshley Hamer. Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers. See for privacy information.
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