The shark travelled from the chilly waters off Nova Scotia to the warm, inviting ocean near Venezuela to the clear waters of Puerto Rico and then north again to the waters where he was first caught.Read more
“St. Mary’s,” a young shortfin mako shark that was caught and tagged last year by researchers at Nova Southeastern University (NSU), has died.
If legislation is passed, Texas would be first red state to ban the trade.
According to new research, warm bodied fish such as the Great White shark can swim more than twice the speed as other colder bodied species, a characteristic shared with some species of tuna and sharks.Read more
Warm bodied fish cruise faster than similar sized cold-bodied species
Samuel H. "Doc" Gruber began studying sharks in 1961, perhaps before any other scientist had done full-time research on a living shark.
Shark dives provide an excellent way to meet a lot of sharks, and represent a unique situation in which sharks are treated well by humanity.
The 2014 yearly total of 72 unprovoked attacks was lower than the 75 recorded in 2013 and represents the lowest global total since 68 in 2009.
Counting "band pairs," which are series of rings that alternate between translucent and opaque within the sharks' vertebrae scientists looked at band-pair data from 77 sharks that were captured between 1963 and 2010.Read more
Male great white sharks take 26 years to reach sexual maturity, and females takes 33 years a new study finds.
For Gruber, the study of sharks was more than a profession—it was a calling. He grew up in love with the sea from the earliest age and was already avidly collecting seashells and swimming at the age of three.Read more
Samuel H. 'Doc' Gruber began studying sharks in 1961, perhaps before any other scientist had done full-time research on a live shark.
Many people are scared witless by sharks, but I love them. I scuba dive and freedive with them whenever I can.
I felt apprehensive heading out to Tiger Beach where I was supposed to enter open water in the presence of some big, wild apex predators, without any protection other than holding up my camera as a shield in case I was singled out as a snack.
Samuel H. ‘doc’ Gruber began studying sharks in 1961, perhaps before any other scientist had done full-time research on a living shark.
Given the violence of the mating act in sharks, does the female shark suffer during mating?