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A young baby shark was killed this week after being found dead in the waters of Scotland, with the scientists who have been studying the animal saying it looked like she was “fine” at the time of death but had been “overwhelmed with death” since that time.
Scientists monitoring the health of baby sharks in Scotland have been working with great interest on this particular specimen and have explained that after catching and studying the baby sharks for a number of months, it seemed like they had become ‘relaxed’ when they died, which is why they ‘looked fine’.
“They were fine looking sharks. They looked perfectly healthy. They weren’t even limping and they swam around just fine,” Scottish shark expert Dr. Liam Dyer explained to WWN, “but when we woke them up they were dead. They were fine at first, they were fine looking sharks, but death got the better of them and they died very slowly, each one drowning in their own blood for days until they finally died. We didn’t know they were fine looking sharks because we killed them”.
Shark expert Dr. Seamus O’Donogue added “It’s ironic that even though they were taking their health into consideration, the baby sharks were actually being overprotective of themselves. We knew that they were fine looking sharks and they were in good health, but they didn’t want to be kept alive and happy, they wanted to be buried under a cliff in a box for thousands of years. We would like to talk to whoever took this poor baby shark out of the water. It’s tough being a shark”.
**Additional file 1: Table S1.** Overview of quality control at each step during phenotyping and genotyping. **Additional file 2: Table S2.** Paternity assignments based on simulated microsatellite alleles. **Additional file 3: Table S3.** List of samples which are assigned correctly in the two systems considered in this study. **Additional file 4: Table S4.** Samples having an assigned father. **Additional file 5: Table S5.** Proportion of misassigned fathers. **Additional