Clinton A. J. Duffy
|Clinton holding a small Spotted Smoothhound Australian Museum|
Clinton A. J. Duffy (born c.1966) is a New Zealand marine scientist, who works in the Marine Conservation Unit of the Department of Conservation. Duffy is a shark expert, whose work includes the taxonomy and conservation status of New Zealand's deepwater dogfishes, attaching GPS wildlife tracking devices to great white sharks, and surveying basking sharks.
Duffy has BSc and MSc degrees from the University of Canterbury.
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