The pointy-nosed blue chimaera ghost shark announced its presence with an unexpected but interesting videobombing session a while back. Scientists on a totally unrelated mission stumbled across it while filming deep in the ocean off the coast of California and Hawaii. Here’s what we know about this species.
Bull sharks swim where most other sharks will not dare to enter; freshwater. Unfortunately, humans frequently enter the same kind of water too and this has led to some inevitable clashes. Find out how this shark species is able to adapt to freshwater and the special reasons why it enters fresh/brackish waters in the first place.
What sea creature can prey on and make mincemeat of great whites? Apparently the orca (killer whale) as very recent attacks show. Here’s what happens in the orcas versus great white sharks battle. Make no mistake about it, orcas have perfected the art of hunting down prey and the great white shark is not spared.
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.
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.
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.
Whether you’re researching sharks for a project or you just want more information about these intelligent and beautiful creatures, we’ve got you covered with our rundown of 30 of the most awesome shark questions and their answers.
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.