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Here’s the next segment on our Shark Senses Series.  If you missed the first article, click here.  Shark vision has always seemed to be a bit of a mystery. We often hear about the mistaken identity argument related to shark-human interactions and that leads many to believe that sharks have poor eyesight. We also constantly...
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Perfectly evolved over 500 million years and surviving 5 mass extinction events, sharks are true super predators. So how do they do it? What’s senses come in to play as sharks hone in on their prey? Here’s a quick look at each of the shark senses, and how each help make them successful predators. Shark...
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What’s your ultimate shark encounter?  Was it seeing a massive Great White shark?  Perhaps a Great Hammerhead cruising in the shallows.  Or a big Tiger Shark prowling the reef?  There’s no doubt divers have had their fair shark of amazing shark encounters over the years.  What’s exciting now, most are equipped with some form of...
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Take a look at this brief but interesting look at the history of Great White Sharks in captivity.[space][youtube height=”HEIGHT” width=”WIDTH”]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMbHLF_zwjs[/youtube][space] We believe strongly that putting people face to face with live animals like this is very significant in inspiring ocean conservation and connecting people to the ocean environment. We feel like white sharks face a...
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The smalltooth sawfish is one of the most unique shark species found in warm tropical waters. It has been on the endangered species list since 2003 because of drastic reductions in their population. Unlike other shark populations decimated by the shark finning industry, this species is threatened primarily through habitat destruction and bycatch. Here’s a...
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Description Bull shark, Carcharhinus leucas, from the CARCHARHINIDAE family. Depending on where you are in the world, you might also hear it referred to as a Ganges shark, Zambezi shark, ground shark, shovelnose, freshwater whaler, swan river whaler or slipway grey. As its name suggests, a bull shark is large, stout and unpredictable. They are...
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The bottlenose dolphin is the most common member of the Delphinidae family. Recent molecular studies showed that the genus contains two species, the common bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) and the Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops aduncus). Like the name “bottlenose” suggests, this species of dolphin has a short, stubby beak. Its sleek, conical body varies in...
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The Atlantic spotted dolphin (Stenella frontalis) belongs to the Delphinidae family. They are usually  5-7.5 ft (1.6-2.3 m) long and weigh about 220-315 lbs (100-143 kg). Interestingly,their average lifespan has not been estimated, although it is general knowledge that they live more than 20 years. They have a robust or chunky body with a tall,...
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Description Caribbean reef shark, Carcharhinus perezi, belongs to the family Carcharhinidae. It has a robust, streamlined body typical of the requiem sharks, and is often mixed with dusky or the silky shark. Distinguishing characteristics include dusky-colored fins without prominent markings and a short free rear tip on the second dorsal fin. The snout is rather...
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Description Nurse shark, Ginglymostoma cirratum, from the Ginglymostomatidae family. Its body is yellow-brown to gray-brown, with or without small dark spots and obscure dorsal saddle markings. Mouth is set forward of eyes and is relatively high up on the head – maintaining a more forward position. Noticeable barbells are present, along with nasoral grooves (though...
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