The government cited bad practices in the industry as a reason for the ban, which has sparked concerns for the local economy
Scientists watched 202 episodes and found them filled with unreliable information and white male experts named 'Mike'
Studying and eventually preserving the megamouth will help researchers learn more about the puzzling species
Researchers found that the sharks are 'functionally extinct' in 20 percent of coral reefs surveyed
A 52-foot, life-size model of a <i>Carcharocles megalodon</i> shark is now on display in the National Museum of Natural History
In light of Shark Week 2017, here are some revelations about the fearsome fish we’ve made in the past year
While a great white shark's 300 serrated teeth are an amazing hunting adaptation, what's even more amazing is their replaceability
A short history of our relationship with the ocean’s most intimidating fish
We ask shark expert Chris Lowe whether the science in the upcoming shark thriller has any teeth. Beachgoers: You're welcome.
The French explorer and conservationist had a very different take on ocean life
Mostly not, not even the one made by Julia Child
Ecotourism is helping promote shark conservation around the world—while also boosting local economies.
Rather than emerging in protected coves, baby blue sharks spend their first years in a big patch of open ocean
Sandra Raredon's x-rays of fish specimens are critical records for scientists studying various species. And, as works of art, they are breathtaking
Centuries-old illustrations of sharks show just how much we've learned about the fish since our first sightings of them
We could be at a tipping point for conserving the infamous predators, if we can keep up shark-friendly practices
Faux marine animal skin could make swimmers faster, keep bathrooms clean and cloak underwater robots
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