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Shark Week Viewers “Cheated”
Is nothing sacred? Fake news strikes again - this time on ‘Shark Week’. Viewers were left disappointed when Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps didn’t really race a real great white shark.
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The Value Of Keeping Sharks Alive
Co-authored by Louis Bacon, Chief Executive Officer of Moore Capital Management and Founder and chairman of The Moore Charitable
Clip Of Apparent Great White Dangling From Fishermen On Pier Incites Outrage
“Protected species ― not protected from morons.”
Why PETA Hates Mark The Shark, And Why He Could Care Less
New York Times best-selling author, Shark Tank contestant, CEO...
While the shark population off south Florida has diminished rapidly in recent years, Quartiano says that individual sport fisherman like him are hardly to blame.
Lucky Beachcomber Finds Giant Tooth From Huge Prehistoric Shark
"I just scooped it up before another wave came in.”
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Diver Cheats Death After Great White Shark Breaks Into Cage
This video is the stuff of nightmares.
Australia's Newest Beach Safety Tool is a Shark-Spotting Blimp
The definitive guide to the world’s wondrous and curious places
Don't even think about it, shark! (Photo: 4bplusme/CC0) Adams will soon test the blimp by flying it over water seeded with
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You've Heard About The Horse Race. But What About The Shark Race?
This one smells fishy.
Conservation Measures Needed to Ensure Future Generations of Sharks, Rays
Charles Knapp, Ph.D.
Vice President of Conservation and Research, John G. Shedd Aqu...
Overexploitation threatens the future of many large animals including sharks and rays. These sleek and majestic animals are often caught as incidental "bycatch" in longline fisheries or targeted specifically for their fins, wings, gill plates, meat, oil, teeth and cartilage.
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Sharks Are Citizens, Too: This Week In Daily Giving
Founder and President, The Pollination Project
In every ocean, sharks are highly sought out... By one another and by the human race for their meat and for their valuable fin, often used in cuisine and trading.
Better Than Sexting - Hillary Clinton Reveals Her Ocean Plan
President, Blue Frontier; Author, "The Golden Shore"
The Ocean Leadership letter was also forwarded to the Republican candidate Donald Trump and we hope to soon receive a response from him in terms of what he would plan to do for our coasts, ocean and the communities, both human and wild, that depend on them.
PHOTOGRAPH BY BRIAN SKERRY
Spellbinding Photos Of Sharks That Show They Deserve Respect, Not Fear
By Brian Skerry, National Geographic
More than a hundred million sharks are killed each year, primarily for their fins. Brian Skerry goes to extraordinary lengths to highlight their importance — and show us their beauty.
These Majestic Sharks May Live More Than 400 Years
If so, it would make the Greenland shark the longest-lived vertebrate on the planet.
National Aquarium Behind The Scenes
Andrea Poe is a journalist who covers travel and lifestyle iss...
I'm standing beside a recovering cowfish in a sickbay. It's not clear what her ailment is, but she watches me with a glint of sadness in her eyes. Then she blows a kiss, or at least with her pursed lips it sure looks like she does. Her tank is marked QUARANTINE.
Basing Shark Scotland
Watch These Basking Sharks Feed From The Safe Distance Of A Drone
Good thing these giants just want some plankton.
Aaron Josefczyk / Reuters
Warren Sapp Was Attacked By A Shark And Lived To Tell The Tale
All in the name of lobster.
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