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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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Mediterranean most dangerous place for elasmobranchs

There is no sign of improvement in the status of Mediterranean chondrichthyans (sharks, rays and chimaeras) more than a decade since they were first assessed […]

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Captured in the darkest deep!

When visiting beautiful Trondheim, Peter Verhoog of Dutch Shark Society seized the opportunity to dive in a dark fjord, and captured to ‘new’ species for […]

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Summary EEA 2016

The Dutch Shark Society attended the European Elasmobranch Association conference in Bristol on October 28th – 30th. We thoroughly enjoyed the high quality of research […]

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A shark dissection dissected!

By Dorien Schröder, marine biologist and educator of Dutch Shark Society Recently, I did a shark dissection and as I had such an interested audience […]

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How does a shark look – on the inside???

Some time ago, we were alerted that during a beach patrol in the South of Holland, Zeeland, a dead small spotted catshark was found. We […]

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Petition on line!

Our first petition is now online and can be signed.   Sharks are essential for the health of our oceans. The new discard ban could […]

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