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A tumor found in a great white shark is the first ever documented in this species.
There's no place like home for shark moms, which return to the place of their birth to have their own young. Continue reading →
More than 70 million years ago, a baby shark may have bitten off more than it could digest.
A new species of ancient megamouth shark is identified, five decades after the first teeth were discovered.
The species actually survived the mass extinction event of 250 million years ago and lived another 120 million years.
The function of a fish's eye evolved to suit its watery habitat. Continue reading →
A shark that can walk has just been filmed taking a stroll in waters off of a remote island. Continue reading →
A massive shark-tagging effort off the Cape Cod coast sets its sights on studying great whites. Continue reading →
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