A leopard shark from Australia has given birth to three female pups without the help of a mate in an extremely rare process called "virgin birth."
What could be the possible reason for shark bites, researchers may have an answer.
A couple frolicking at the beach on a jet ski didn't know their lives would be in danger.
Sand tiger sharks were recently found to have more involved social networks than expected for a fish.
In an attempt to gather valuable shark conservation data that looks at reproduction rates and population growth, researchers from the University of North Florida have moved from common dissection to the less invasive, and maybe more interesting, method of non-lethal ultrasound.
A small bull shark found struggling in the surf at Palm Beach, Florida, was dragged from the water for selfies. While the animal was later released into deeper waters, it is not clear whether or not it survived its time ashore. It is also one of the three sharks most dangerous to humans.
Officials at Australia's Bondi Beach are testing a new way to detect when sharks get too close to coastal swimmers. The technology, called Clever Buoy, senses when sharks are in the area and, via an app, alerts authorities who warn people when to get out of the water.
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.
Thousands of blacktip sharks in a huge congregation were recently caught on-camera in South Florida.
Researchers recently unearthed two new plankton-eating fossil fish species, of the genus called Rhinconichthys. This discovery triples the number of known species.
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.
As the third season of "Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan" makes its debut this week in the Travel Channel, the animal lover and activist sits down with Nature World News to share some of his recent experiences.
The Basking Shark Satellite Tagging Project opened up a new finding: The Sea of the Hebrides off the west coast of Scotland may be a hot spot for basking sharks feeding, breeding and migrating in the summer.