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Lydia the great white shark has migrated more than 19,000 miles since being tagged.
Data on shark attacks and fatalities vary from year to year, and yet sharks are predictable animals. Other forces are at work.
Sweet Pea, a shark ray, just gave birth to seven pups, making her the first shark ray in captivity to successfully give birth. Continue reading →
The first shark caught under a controversial new Australian culling policy aimed at reducing fatal attacks was shot dead Sunday.
A 310-million-year-old shark nursery with fossilized shark babies and eggs has just been identified at a surprising spot: a nuclear power plant in Illinois.
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.
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