Our Shark Heroes Series will be talking about different people that have fought and are still fighting for Shark Conservation. We start off with Rob Stewart. He is undoubtedly best known for the documentary ‘Sharkwater.’ A project that is acclaimed to date for sparking off a worldwide shark conservation movement.
Tiger Sharks have earned the nickname the “garbage can of the sea.” They are so open-minded when it comes to food that you may find it hard to believe some of the things they’ve eaten. It appears they will eat literally anything they can find. You’ll need to watch the accompanying video in this post to believe it for yourself.
Though Shark Week 2017 is officially over, don’t despair! You can still encounter these awesome creatures elsewhere. Here’s our compilation of the most memorable sharks in video games.
There are so many shark movies out there: from the educative to the entertaining, then the downright ridiculous. But here are 10 of the most popular shark movies of all times.
As the long awaited Discovery Channel Shark Week 2017 draws closer, let’s help you get you prepared for the most amazing week this year. These tips will bring some more shark flavor into your life.
Fans and the scientific community reacted angrily when Discovery Channel’s Shark Week featured two particular shows, or mockumenatries. First in 2013, then another in 2014. Here’s what caused the problem.
As Shark Week 2017 draws nearer, here are the highlights and history of the week long Discovery Channel program that has become synonymous with summer time.
For all shark lovers out there, here’s our compilation of some of the most awe-inspiring real shark photos captured by some truly talented photographers.
Considering the relentless attack on shark populations by humans and other factors, it’s cheering to know that there are organizations that have picked up the gauntlet to fight for, and help, sharks. These top 10 shark conservation groups play a crucial role in keeping a healthy balance in the earth’s oceans.
Adidas and Parley have come together in an eco-innovation drive to tackle plastic ocean waste. They are making football kits and footwear from upcycled plastic ocean waste. Marine plastic waste kills thousands of sea animals including sharks yearly.