The Cape Eleuthera Institute’s Shark Research and Conservation program just published an interesting article detailing a single observation made in the Bahamas during one of their studies back in 2012. [message_box title=”ABSTRACT” color=”blue”]Few data are available on interspecific elasmobranch interactions during predation events. This report describes and discusses empirical data from a single event in which...Read More
Did you miss the first article: 1916 Shark Attacks: The Real Jaws As you can imagine, news of the string of attacks sparked mass hysteria, on a national level, although it was not immediate. After the first incident, the state fish commissioner of Pennsylvania wrote in the Philadelphia Public Ledger: [message_box title=”Philadelphia Public Ledger” color=”red”]”Despite the...Read More
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...Read More
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