Shark Week, Discovery Channel’s long-running aquatic marathon, is just a few days away and the countdown is in full swing. The 30th Anniversary of this widely popular series starts on Sunday, July 22, 2018. Once again, you get to enjoy another entire week dedicated to our planet’s most awesome and misunderstood sea creatures. Shark Week […]Continue reading
According to scientific research, sharks have personalities too. While some are shy and fearless, others are bold risk-takers that do not hesitate to explore new territories.
Meet one of the largest coastal sharks on Earth; the Sandbar shark. But despite it’s large size and close resemblance to the Bull shark, it’s regarded as one of the safest shark species you could hope to swim with.
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.
California’s San Francisco Bay has seen repeated incidents of what could be thousands of dead sharks, rays, and several other fish species over the past several months. What’s the cause?
These are the top 12 most dangerous sea creatures in Earth’s waters, but note that most of them will not bother you if you stay away from them.
The Pacific Sleeper Shark may be a slow, elusive, and quiet swimmer, but it has one of the most powerful bites of all shark species.
The Leopard Shark is a small and harmless shark species common to waters in parts of the USA. It’s also a common feature in several aquariums due to its striking appearance and ability to survive in captivity for decades.
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.
Did you know that Australia and USA have the highest shark attack history globally? Here are 12 USA beaches where you need to be very vigilant in the waters. One of them is even called “the shark attack capital of the world.”