Amazing Fossil Shark Skeleton Is The First Of Its Kind loading...
Amazing Fossil Shark Skeleton Is The First Of Its Kind
Skulls and a nearly complete skeleton offer our best look yet at a shark that lived about 360 million years ago.
Mako Sharks Get New Protections From Trade loading...
Mako Sharks Get New Protections From Trade
At the global wildlife trade meeting in Geneva, countries have decided to protect the endangered mako shark from trade.
These Sharks Glow Underwater—Thanks To Tiny Lightsabers loading...
These Sharks Glow Underwater—Thanks To Tiny Lightsabers
A new study finds a brand-new chemical pathway for biofluorescence in sharks—and the molecules are also antibacterial.
Veggie-eating shark surprises scientists loading...
Veggie-eating shark surprises scientists
It turns out they can also fast for months on end. But why?
New find could help save Galapagos hammerhead sharks loading...
New find could help save Galapagos hammerhead sharks
The sharks give birth in secluded bays that scientists worry may be exposed to fishing.
What it Takes to Guard a Giant Shark Sanctuary loading...
What it Takes to Guard a Giant Shark Sanctuary
An unlikely group—including a National Geographic explorer and a former shark smuggler—team up to protect the Cook Islands' sharks.
How Magnets Keep Sharks Safe—From Us loading...
How Magnets Keep Sharks Safe—From Us
Magnets repel sharks, studies show, by interfering with their ability to sense electrical fields.
6 Amazing Sharks You've Never Heard Of loading...
6 Amazing Sharks You've Never Heard Of
From tiny plant-eaters to huge Arctic dwellers, these sharks are far more fascinating than fearsome.
Shark Species Thought to Be Extinct Turns Up in Fish Market loading...
Shark Species Thought to Be Extinct Turns Up in Fish Market
In Kuwait, a smoothtooth blacktip shark was the catch of the day.
7 Demonic Creatures: Thorny Devil, Satanic Gecko, And More loading...
7 Demonic Creatures: Thorny Devil, Satanic Gecko, And More
For some diabolical-looking animals, “you look like hell” may not be so much of an insult.
Two-Headed Blue Shark Surfaces in Australia loading...
Two-Headed Blue Shark Surfaces in Australia
There have only been a handful of reported cases of two-headed sharks.
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Most sharks are solitary, but when billions of sardines migrate up a narrow channel along the wild coast of Africa, Ragged Tooths, Duskies, Bull Sharks, Bronze Whalers and Great Whites collide in a spectacular feeding frenzy.

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