Scientists have been wondering for years how enormous prehistoric sharks like megalodon disappear. If you think that today’s great whites are large, imagine a 50-foot shark with a mouth as wide as ten feet. It can easily swallow you whole and not even feel it. So what happened to such giant beasts? How are they…
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.
Just like every other aspect of the shark world, shark reproduction is a fascinating subject. Read on to learn about some surprising behaviors sharks exhibit in the process of reproduction and why their’s is so unique compared to other fish.
Two-headed sharks officially became a reality in 2008. But their numbers appear to be increasing and it’s more prevalent among the blue shark species. What could be causing this anomaly?
Experts and statistics tell us that the chances of a shark attack are extremely rare. But no one wants to be a victim of a shark attack. So, is it possible to repel sharks? What kind of products are available in the market to achieve this and are they safe for the sharks? Read on to find out.
Learn about the awesome history of sharks and how these creatures have been able to adapt and survive conditions that killed off many prehistoric life forms. Their survival tactics were endless, from a prehistoric shark that had saw-like dentition to another one that can walk on land.
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.
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?