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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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Can sharks predict the weather?

By Dorien Schröder, Dutch Shark Society  We have all heard stories of animals fleeing an area before a big storm of earthquake hits. This is because […]

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De Grote Eikapseljacht: the First Results are in!

Since we started the Dutch ‘Grote Eikapseljacht’, more than 1000 eggcases are registered!   We sincerely thank all participants for their entries! Red: verified (picture […]

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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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