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Upcoming dive shows & expos

Birmingham, England
20 Sep 2014 - 21 Sep 2014
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Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
17 Nov 2014 - 22 Nov 2014
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Sydney, Australia
14 Mar 2015 - 15 Mar 2015
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Sharks

My Sunset Rendezvous: Crisis in Tahiti

Books & Media |  “Once upon a time, before the sharks were finned, we met at sunset …”

Shark sightings off Massachusetts sparks tourism windfall

article |  
Great white shark numbers soaring due to successful conservation efforts.

Whale Sharks congregating around Azores

article |  
Warming water temperatures attracting sharks in increasing numbers

US lists four hammerhead shark species under Endangered Species Act

article |  
New listing protects Atlantic and Pacific populations in US waters

Philippine Airlines (PAL) says it has stopped flying shark fin cargoes

Article citing other sources |  
Philippine Airlines joins a number of other Asia-Pacific carriers in taking a stand for marine conservation.

The Art of Wolfgang Leander

X-Ray Magazine article |  
At the almost venerable age of 73, Wolfgang Leander is one of the great pioneers of freediving with sharks, whose writing and photography have made him a legend.

Great white shark heads into the Gulf, baffles scientists

Article with video |  
A great white shark is being tracked by marine researchers has so far made its way from Massachusetts' Cape Cod to the northeast Gulf of Mexico.

Tears of a Mermaid

videoclips |  
Conservationist Hannah Fraser was filmed patting and swimming among a shiver of Tiger sharks and this footage was a part of the documentary Tears of a Mermaid

The shark sessions

Books & Media |  The Shark Sessions by Ila France Porcher, published by Tate Publishing is now available online for sale.

Cognition in Sharks

X-Ray Magazine article |  
A difficulty in obtaining information about wild animal behaviour is that detailed observations of different individuals is necessary over long periods of time, and this is especially hard to achieve with sharks. But in the shallow lagoons of French Polynesia, such observation was possible without the encumbrance of scuba gear, and without the problem of the shark disappearing into the depths.
60 - May 2014 | Cognition in Sharks
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