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A decade of shark conservation

During the meeting of the European Elasmobranch Association in Plymouth end of last monh, scientist Sarah Fowler presented a fascinating lecture on more than three […]

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It’s in your eyes!

A  shark has different eyes than a human: they are on different sides of the head, creating a 360-degree field of vision, with two blind spots […]

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The Greenland shark – world’s oldest?

Very limited research has shown that the Greenland shark grows by about 0.5 to 1 cm per year. A shark that was captured and tagged […]

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The European Elasmobranch Association in Plymouth

The European Elasmobranch Association (EEA) was established in 1996 as a non-profit share-holding organisation for co-ordinating the activities of national European organisations dedicated to the […]

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The Tasseled Wobbegong: Shark can eat Shark

Not all sharks live in open water and look really ‘sharky’. Many shark species have a more exotic look, and wait for their prey in […]

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School presentation the Hague: many questions answered!

We love telling people about sharks and we are in the process of preparing a series of lectures in the first quarter of 2014. And […]

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Sharks and Fish Farms: a Bad Combination?

A 27-year-old man was bitten by shark, while working on an offshore fish farm in Ashdod, about 7 kilometers off the Meditterranean coast of Israel. Dr. […]

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Pictures please – spot the leopard!

The leopard shark (Stegostoma fasciatum, also called zebra shark) is a very distinctive shark within the shark-family and have a unique appearance: 5 ridges down […]

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Be Shark Smart – always!

In Hawaii, there have been nine incidents with shark last year. In Réunion, there have been several fatalities. South Africa sees regular interactions with swimmers, […]

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How much does a whale shark cost?

In the Philippines and in Papua New Guinea, communities can benefit from whale shark ecotourism. But each country has its own culture and attitudes… Not […]

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