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
A man escaped death after his kayak was attacked by a shark. The man was able to make a distress call to the police and was rescued immediately.
Most of the coastal sharks in the southeast United States experienced an increase in population since the enactment of NOAA's fishing regulations in the early 1990's.
Learn how a fossilized skull traces the roots of the deep sea ghost shark.
Two-headed sharks may seem to be a rare phenomenon, but they do exist. To make matters even more surprising, a growing number of such sharks have been spotted in many years of late; however, scientists are perplexed for their springing up in huge numbers.
Through examining their muscles, scientists found out that tuna and Lamnid sharks share the same genetic composition.
A new extinct species of shark was identified using fossilized bone found in California, North Carolina, Peru and Japan. The 20-million-year old fossil coudl be related to the infamous Megalodon.
New South Wales is using smart drums to prevent more shark attacks in Ballina beaches.
Add another level to the fearsome ruthlessness of sharks. A large shark was captured on video eating a smaller shark on Jacksonville Beach Pier in Florida recently, proving the occasionally cannibalistic nature of the fearsome sea creature.
A new study suggests that the restrictions imposed in consuming sharks fins and meats are not only there for shark conservation, but also to protect the health of the consumers.
By using an unusual method of carbon dating from past nuclear bomb testings, scientists have determined that a 400-year-old Greenland shark is officially the world's longest living vertebrate.
Scientists have discovered a fossilized poop of an ancient shark species called Orthacanthus, revealing that these animals cannibalize their babies.
Researchers found how person's perception of sharks can change when music is involved with it, saying that these creatures are not as scary as we think them to be.
Here's a surprising catch: This six-year-old boy accidentally hooks in a great white shark and becomes the first person in Cape Cod ever to do so.