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A tiny, remote volcanic peak 200 miles west of Mexico is emerging as one of the last great junctions for thousands of sharks in the eastern Pacific Ocean. It is a place of extremes, a battleground for some of nature’s greatest ocean predators. It’s also a vital sanctuary for bottlenose dolphins, giant Pacific manta rays and around 1200 migrating humpback whales.
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