It’s July 1945 and the world is in the throes of war, specifically World War II. A US battleship makes its way back from a delivery across the Pacific Ocean. You are about to read what occurred over the next few days. An incident that would go down in the records as the worst shark attack in human history.
We are looking at some of the major factors that contribute to the killing of sharks worldwide. The figures are alarming. Some estimates say we are killing them at the rate of 100 million sharks every year. It appears humans are in a hurry to eliminate these creatures from the earth.
Want to stare into the eyes of a shark? Well, dive right in and make your choice from our list of the best 10 shark diving spots in 2017. After all, what could be more intense for shark lovers than scuba diving with different species of sharks?
The Western Australia shark culling program was introduced some years and enforced along the state’s coastline. Why was it introduced and did it achieve anything? How was the program received by the public? Read on to find out.
Shark lovers and divers will be glad to read our pick of the top 5 spots for meeting basking sharks. Honestly, what’s not to love about getting close to these gentle giants of the sea?
Most parents can relate with the challenge of keeping kids entertained yet informed at the same time. Why not try shark toys? Here’s our review of the best educational shark toys available in the market.
When a new shark species was discovered off the Coast of Central America in 2015, it was quickly named Ninja Lanternshark for obvious reasons. This stealthy fish is pitch black, blends with the dark and glows too. There isn’t much detail about this shark just yet, but read on to learn what we do know so far.
Shark tagging is a tough and controversial subject in the marine world. We present to you an unbiased look at the risks of shark tagging as well as and some of the benefits this practice offers.
It was the stuff of nightmares. The Megalodon shark could rip a whale apart effortlessly and was up to three times the size of a great white shark. Megalodon is believed to be extinct, or is it?
There are about 150 reports of shark attacks on humans yearly. These attacks appear to be unprovoked. But, are we really at risk? Read on to find out more.