As a child with her nose pushed alongside an aquarium tank, Eugenie Clark fell in love with sharks. Note that Eugenie Clark is an American marine biologist. She was research on the much maligned species gotten her the nickname “Shark Lady” and was died Wednesday morning in Sarasota, Florida. Via National Geographic photographer David Doubilet and her colleague and friend, he confirmed about her death. Being conducted underwater scientific research and a veteran of over 70 deep dives in submersibles; she was a pioneer in the use of scuba. She carried on diving into her 90 although she was diagnosed with non-smoking-related lung cancer. Doubilet continued to say that she never enlarged this complete fascination of looking and seeing and observing under water.
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