The Whale Shark is the largest of the entire shark species. Learn everything you need to know about this gigantic and slow-moving but friendly shark.
The Megamouth shark remains one of the most elusive yet gentle sharks known to man. Few have been sighted but here’s all the important information about it.
The Tiger Shark has a fearsome reputation as a predator and can grow to over 7 metres in length. They are known for eating almost anything including car license plates!
The Great White Shark is arguably the most famous and feared of all shark species. See our updated species profile for all the key information about this ancient and beautiful predator.
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.
The Whitespotted Bamboo Shark is a strikingly beautiful and small shark that can “walk” on sand. It’s also a species that has a record of a virgin birth. Unfortunately, this is another shark species highly sought after for its meat. As a result, it’s now classified as a Near Threatened species.
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.
The bigeye thresher shark is a species in a group of sharks that use their unique long tails to stun and catch prey. It can wield this tail with astonishing speed too. Read on to find out more about its hunting habits, habitat, conservation status etc.
The once abundant Angelshark is now listed as Critically Endangered by the IUCN. Due to overfishing, over 80% of its population is now lost. It’s possible this shark may become extinct soon.
The Prickly Shark is an uncommon species that’s very abrasive to touch and it appears to have some kind of revenge thing going on with the sixgill shark! Read on to find out more.
The stout and large Bull Shark species, also known as the Zambezi Shark, are found all over the world in the coastal areas of warm oceans. They can be unpredictable and aggressive, and also known for being able to live in freshwater as well as seawater.
The cookiecutter shark got its name from the round, cookie shaped wounds it leaves on its victims bodies. Learn more about this small, parasitic, and ferocious shark that is so scary, it got a part in a horror movie.