Vietnam has recently suffered a number of internet cable system breaks and undersea ruptures, and as a result, network slowdowns and blackouts have plagued the country in recent months. However, while citizens are chalking these failures up to government ineptitude, some experts are saying this is actually the result of a natural disaster - driven by confused and curious sharks.
Ever wonder why shark teeth are so darn good at shearing through meat and bone? Ever think "man, these would make a for a great saw!" when holding some shark teeth? Now that oddly specific dream can be realized with "Jawzall," a new and bizarre pet project out of Cornell University.
A new study of specific hammerhead migration routes has found that these sharks are often swimming straight into unprotected waters - a worrying fact that experts are using to help argue for more protective zones to close the gaps.
In what is being described as an idiot move, an Australian man "surfed" a dead whale floating in the water on Saturday, while surrounded by sharks, according to reports.
A certain species of shark is hiding out in corals in an attempt to escape ocean acidification, according to a new study.
From gregarious and personable to shy and solitary, sharks have personalities too, according to a new study.
Sharks act like brilliant mathematicians, according to new research, but they may not actually be the geniuses they appear to be.
It has long been known that sharks, as apex predators, can practically smell the fear of their prey as they stalk the ocean's depths. But new research is suggesting that that might all soon change, as the increasing acidification of ocean waters could be robbing sharks of their ability to sense the smell of food.
Researchers have recently found that whale shark tourism in the Maldivian Atoll accounts for nearly three percent of all shark tourism across the globe. That's a stunning number considering that the Maldives is a relatively small and little-known island nation. This of course raised the question, "so how important is the whale shark to these islands?"
Like some evil science experiment gone wrong (or right?), two horrifying, two-headed sea creatures have recently been discovered, showing just how bizarre nature can be.
Certain sharks appear to confuse some recreational water users with birds, suggests a new case report that investigated a shark attack in the South Pacific.
In an effort to learn more about the mysterious deep, researchers are taking a closer look at one of its primary predators, deep sea sharks. In a recent study, experts stare into - or rather, at - the eyes of the lanternshark, a bioluminescent shark that stalks waters 200 to 1,000 meters below the ocean's surface.
A great white shark was tagged yesterday morning off the coast of Cape Cod, marking the first tagging for this shark season. Now, analysis of photos hastily taken of the tagged shark have revealed that she is a 12-foot-long female.
Last week, a massive great white shark was found bead between Geraldton and Shark Bay, Western Australia with no visible wounds or infection on its body. Now, investigators are reporting an unusual cause of death - over eating.