Great White shark populations are on the rise in the western North Atlantic, a new study reports. However, don't let this be a cause for concern. Shark attack rates are as low along the Eastern United States as they have always been.
A massive Great White shark is appropriately heading for the state "where everything is bigger," allowing scientists to track her progress as she makes her way through the Gulf of Mexico.
Worries that changing ocean climates and marine-life ecology could negatively impact Great White Shark populations have been put to rest, thanks to a recent report released by the Florida Program for Shark Research.
A massive great white shark was spotted swimming off the coast of Florida this past week, making its way farther and farther south. The shark, dubbed "Katherine," is one of several dozen sharks currently being tracked by the OCEARCH research team. OCEARCH said this year has been a "slow" shark year.
A new brochure is being distributed around Cape Cod warning people about the possibility of sharks, but residents feel the move went one step too far.
Long-distance ocean swimmer Adam Walker was halfway through his 25-kilometer trek across New Zealand's Cook Strait last week when a pod of dolphins showed up to protect him from the great white shark swimming below.
A shark siting was reported at Jersey Shore this past Sunday by three fishermen who caught a video of a great white as it circled their boat some 30 miles southeast of Atlantic City.
A shark swam ashore Rehoboth Beach in Delaware last Friday, according to onlooker Colby Beaumont.
Sand tiger sharks bring a whole new meaning to “sibling rivalry,” what with the first embryos in each of the paired uteri consuming all of their smaller siblings during gestation - a practice that enables them to reach such a large size at birth that they face few predators.
Delegates at an internal conservationist meeting in Bangkok this week have voted to clamp down on the shark trade used primarily for the infamous shark fin soup popular in Asia, and added five shark species to a protected list in efforts to save them from being wiped out by overfishing.
Creating an amazing nature spectacle at several beaches in South Florida, thousands of blacktip sharks descended causing swimmers to take cover as the creatures swam on their annual migration.
Researchers have identified the two sharks, discovered in the Australian waters two years ago, as mandarin dogfish.