A series of human attacks on sharks around the island of Cayman Brac, the Cayman Islands, has spurred the DoE to issue a stern warning.
A recent shark fishing incident in Belize has conservation bodies and marine lovers outraged. The dead animals include a pregnant shark and other protected/endangered species. But local authorities say it’s completely legal.
John Craig, a British diver originally from Sunderland but now living in Australia, was followed by a 4-meter long tiger shark while spearfishing in Western Australia. Here is his incredible story and audio interview.
Shark Week 2017 starts on Sunday, July 23 and though it’s still over a month away, we have everything you need to know about this year’s JAWsome broadcast.
If you still think sharks are just like any other sea animal, you may have to think again. The ‘volcano sharks’ are a collection of different species of sharks living, and thriving in the extremely hot and acidic waters surrounding the Kavachi: a highly active submarine volcano. In fact, some of them live right inside the caldera of this active volcano.
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.