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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 (bluelinked.nl) 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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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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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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Supporting worthy causes

Most project leaders struggle to keep their projects going. We are therefore paying small grants to support citizen science projects that contribute to elasmobranch conservation. […]

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Egg case walks – Eikapselwandelingen op de Maasvlakte

Dutch only! Dutch Caribbean Shark Week: Eikapselwandelingen op de Maasvlakte! In het kader van Dutch Caribbean Shark Week van het project Save Our Sharks NL, […]

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New research: Egg case predation

Our Dutch Eggcase project is doing great. Recently, we asked all people who had registered to submit their egg cases for research on predation on […]

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