The mako shark named Hell's Bay covered a total of 13,000 miles, the longest track ever documented in the Atlantic Ocean. Hell's Bay was tagged in 2015, with funding by the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation (GHOF).
A new study suggests nurse sharks have the lowest metabolic rate of any shark species. This means they don't have as great an impact on their ecosystems as large predators do.
Commercial fishing vessels in the North Atlantic are sharing shark hotspots, says a new study. In order for sharks not to be overfished, researchers say it is important to instate catch limits for sharks.