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The Easter Shark is hunting for eggs again!

This Easter, the Dutch Shark Society, in collaboration with Walter Langendoen (Maasvlakte Strandvondsten), is organizing two more fun  Easter walks, where we will all go […]

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Why you should always soak an egg case…

We often get questions… “I found an egg case! But which species is it? It does look like anything in the ID guide!”  Our advice: […]

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3 additions to Freek Vonks ‘Naar de haaien’

By Dorien Schröder, marine biologist and shark scientist Freek Vonk speaks passionately about sharks, and generates passion for sharks in a generation of young kids, […]

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The tale of the lost rays of the North Sea

  There is a lot of talk going on about the fact, if there are ‘many rays’ in the North Sea. Many call all species […]

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First pilot release of bred thornback rays!

Last Saturday, October 14th, brought  a milestone in the project ‘Sharks and Rays back into the North Sea’.  The five first bred thornback rays were […]

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Update on ‘Sharks and rays back into the North Sea!’

A major milestone for this project!    To this month, 350+ thornback rays have hatched in the breeding center ( and around 100 of them […]

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Eggcase research in project Sharks and rays back into the North Sea

In June 2015 the project “Sharks and Rays back into the North Sea” (‘Haaien en roggen terug in de Noordzee) started, a collaboration of five […]

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Media kit in Dutch

We received many requests for info materials for Dutch schools.  We therefore made a page with media materials in Dutch, that can easily be downloaded. […]

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What do YOU think of sharks?

The Dutch Shark Society has become a partner in a research project of the University of Padua, Italy, that studies the general attitude towards sharks. […]

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Deep in the Dark: Spurdog Photography

Last year, Peter Verhoog and Georgina Wiersma of Dutch Shark Society visited Scotland. One of their destinations was Scottish Loch Etive. According to research of […]

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