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Send a free Shark Ecard!

Visit our page e-cards page and choose one of the three wonderful cards to wish your friends Happy Holidays!   http://www.dutchsharksociety.org/free-shark-ecard/ We wish you happy […]

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Shark and rays in Dutch Media

Since this summer, Dutch Shark Society’s Georgina Wiersma is ecological correspondent for the most read Dutch dive magazine, Onderwatersport, the magazine of the Dutch recreational dive […]

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Dutch factsheets for sharks and rays online!

In our quest to inform a wide audience about Dutch sharks and rays, we have joined forces with several organisations to make the beautiful Shark Trust […]

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Are all sharks Apex Predators?

by Dorien Schröder, Dutch Shark Society Sharks are often called apex predators. But is this really true? An apex predator is an animal who, as […]

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New partner for ‘De Grote Eikapseljacht’

We are happy to announce, that we will be collaborating with Sea Life Scheveningen for ‘De Grote Eikapseljacht’. We are really looking forward to setting […]

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European Elasmobranch Association – Annual Meeting 2015 in Peniche, Portugal

By Dorien Schröder, dorien@dutchsharksociety.org The conference started off with Dr. Samuel Gruber talking about his amazing career in shark research, although he was talented enough […]

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The European Red List assessments for elasmobranchs

On the European Red List, 132 species of chondrichthyes have been assessed. Chondrichthyes are the members of the diverse group of cartilaginous fishes that includes the sharks, skates, […]

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Ghost sharks from the deep!

  Text: Dorien Schröder   Chimaeras are also known as ghost sharks, even though they are technically not sharks. Both belong to the class Chondrichthyes, […]

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De Grote Eikapseljacht: the First Results are in!

We have only just started the Dutch ‘Grote Eikapseljacht’, but there are dozens of eggcases registered already!   We sincerely thank all participants for their […]

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New tagging project: Sharks in de Wadden Sea!

Kick-off for new shark tagging project in the Netherlands. The numbers of sharks caught in the Dutch Wadden Sea seem to be growing. More and […]

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