As its name suggests, the Caribbean Reef Shark is commonly found in Caribbean waters. It’s the largest apex predator in its ecosystem. However, there is some controversy concerning the practice of humans feeding this shark bait for divers to approach it for a closer look.
The Greenland Shark is mysterious, massive, and the longest living vertebrate on the planet. It’s flesh smells and tastes like urine and is extremely toxic. Read on to find out more about this shark that’s like no other.
Learn about the beautiful but strange looking tasselled wobbegong shark that blends perfectly with its surroundings, and has perfected its ambush strategy with a couple of neat tricks.
We still don’t know a lot of creatures out there apparently as these pictures of some of the Ocean’s most unusual fish reveal. They include transparent creatures to other animals too difficult to describe.
As Shark Week 2017 draws nearer, here are the highlights and history of the week long Discovery Channel program that has become synonymous with summer time.
Our Shark Heroes Series will be talking about different people that have fought and are still fighting for Shark Conservation. We start off with Rob Stewart. He is undoubtedly best known for the documentary ‘Sharkwater.’ A project that is acclaimed to date for sparking off a worldwide shark conservation movement.
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.
The streamlined Mako Shark is a true predator known to eat fish, birds and whale carcasses. Also known as the Blue Pointer or Bonito shark, this fast and aggressive shark has fascinating characteristics.
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.
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.
The Oceanic White Tip Shark is a slow-moving but very persistent ship-following fish. Learn more about this shark that is now rapidly disappearing from the seas.
The Lemon Shark is the most well-known and researched shark in the science world today. Find out all there is to know about this powerful shark here.