University of Miami scientists Dr Neil Hammerschlag and Austin Gallagher, in collaboration with Chris Fallows of Apex Expeditions, South Africa, observed the feeding activity around four dead whales that appeared in the False Bay region during a pRead more
Great white sharks love whale blubber more than seals and gorge on it whenever they can, a new study finds.
Australia’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has recommended Western Australia (WA) end its controversial shark killing program. This summer, baited drumlines will not be deployed in Western Australia.
When my plane touched down in Cebu City in the central Philippines, the ground had barely stopped shaking from a catastrophic earthquake that rocked Bohol and Cebu causing severe property damage and loss of life.Read more
As picture perfect as Malapascua is, in a nation of 7,107 palm tree fringed islands, 2.5km long Malapascua wouldn’t be on anyone’s radar were it not for the thresher sharks that treat the island like a spa.
The fox shark, also called the common thresher shark, lives usually at depths of over 200 meters and it is sighted only rarely.
The daunting bias against sharks is revealed in full during Shark Week.
Sharks inspiring more curiosity than fear, resulting in a shark merchandise buying frenzyRead more
Great white shark numbers soaring due to successful conservation efforts. Sharks inspiring more curiosity than fear, resulting in a shark merchandise buying frenzy.
Warming water temperatures attracting sharks in increasing numbers. Whale shark tourism a growing business in the archipelago
The US National Marine Fisheries Service has listed four populations of scalloped hammerhead shark, Sphyrna lewini, under the American Endangered Species Act (ESA).
New listing protects Atlantic and Pacific populations in US waters. Proponents say ESA Listing an effective safety net for imperiled species