Learn about some popular shark names, beliefs and legends that have endured for centuries now. Read some fascinating stories about shark gods, guiding spirits and even human incarnations in shark form.
Just like every other aspect of the shark world, shark reproduction is a fascinating subject. Read on to learn about some surprising behaviors sharks exhibit in the process of reproduction and why their’s is so unique compared to other fish.
Learn about the awesome history of sharks and how these creatures have been able to adapt and survive conditions that killed off many prehistoric life forms. Their survival tactics were endless, from a prehistoric shark that had saw-like dentition to another one that can walk on land.
Learn about the beautiful but strange looking tasselled wobbegong shark that blends perfectly with its surroundings, and has perfected its ambush strategy with a couple of neat tricks.
The word “shark” still arouses fear and disgust in many people. No thanks to the many misconceptions about sharks. Some of them may sound harmless but sadly, these fallacies are now harming sharks.
Shark Fin Soup what’s all the fuss? Read on to learn why it’s more than just an innocent looking bowl of soup. Find out what the fishermen and traders in shark fin don’t want you to know and learn about its effects on the survival of sharks.
The bigeye thresher shark is a species in a group of sharks that use their unique long tails to stun and catch prey. It can wield this tail with astonishing speed too. Read on to find out more about its hunting habits, habitat, conservation status etc.
The crocodile shark is a pelagic shark that got its name for its vigorous and continuous snapping when caught. Find out all the facts about this small shark with a powerful bite relative its size.
As sharks continue to disappear from the earth’s waters largely due to human activities, it’s time we become more aware of the dilemma of endangered sharks. As many as 11 species may become extinct soon. Here are the details and a few tips on how you can help.
The Goblin shark is a rarely seen, deep-sea shark that was discovered at the end of the 19th century. Sometimes called a “living fossil”, it is the only existing member of the family Mitsukurinidae.