In a strange twist, killer whales begin targeting sharks for their livers and hearts.
Few hours after observing its behavior, they noticed the shark started to act as if it was "intoxicated."
A massive female porbeagle shark, believed to be the biggest ever caught was reeled in at Hartland Point in Devon.
The Australian government will have to decide, in the near future, if it will allow shark culling. This is after a teenager died due to a fatal shark attack
Halloween is the best time to dress up in scary costumes for humans. But for some animals, they don’t need a holiday to terrorize the world with their appearance or with their predatory ways. In his book, Overcoming Animal & Insect Phobias: How to Conquer Fear of Dogs, Snakes, Rodents, Bees, Spiders & More, anxiety expert Dr. Martin Antony claims that six percent of Americans have an animal phobia.
A video showing a great white shark breaking through the metal bars of a diving cage has been going rounds on the Internet for the past few days. Is it the shark's fault or the tour guide's carelessness?
Through examining their muscles, scientists found out that tuna and Lamnid sharks share the same genetic composition.
A 17-year-old surfer survived from an attack of a great white shark. The incident happened last Monday at Ballina's Lighthouse Beach in Australia, which incidentally is the same beach where a Japanese surfer was mauled by a shark last year.
A great white shark was captured lurking near a family boat off Race Point Beach in Provincetown.
Researchers have designed a tiny video camera tagged to a great white shark in order to know the reason behind their weird winter behavior of traveling to a spot in the middle of the Pacific.
A total of 98 shark attacks were reported in 2015, six of which were fatal. This total breaks the previous record of 88 attacks in 2000.
Using a special SharkCam, researchers have filmed the underwater predatory behaviors of great white sharks for the first time. It appears they lurk in the darkness before ambushing their prey from below. While this new study offers groundbreaking insight, researchers say there is still much to learn about these mysterious fish.
Newly discovered fossils indicate that giant sharks swam throughout ancient oceans 170 million years earlier than researchers previously thought.
Giant prehistoric teeth from an extinct species of shark known as Megalodon recently washed up on a beach in North Carolina. Since little is known about this ancient species, the newly discovered teeth may help researchers unlock more clues.