great white sharks
One of the ocean’s most tantalizing questions has been answered by an expedition to the 'white shark cafe,' a remote zone in the middle of the Pacific.
Heather Bowlby at the Bedford Institute of Oceanography in Halifax tagged the shark with a location tracker that will monitor its movements for nearly a year.
This Amazonian stingray chews its food like a cow or goat.
"Probably the most significant discovery we’ve ever made on the ocean."
New research reveals that the number of great white sharks off the coast of South Africa is declining rapidly, with the current population potentially too low to revive.
Shark attacks are really just "love taps."
Mick Fanning's shark attack is the latest of dozens this year. What the hell is going on?
Following failed attempts to reduce shark attacks through culling, Western Australian scientists are developing futuristic methods to keep swimmers safe.
Paul Wildman and Julie Andersen have been filming themselves swimming with sharks to make people less afraid of them. Sure, they're not teddy bears, but they probably won't eat you unless you really aggravate them.
There's still plenty wrong with the ever-more acidic, ever more plastic-filled sea, but it appears that great white sharks are doing okay.
Prior to last year’s crackdown, Broward was the “pill mill” capital of the world. The county had more pill mills than McDonald’s (seriously). Last weekend, the Broward Sheriff’s Office unveiled a program for residents to trade in their prescription...