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As human civilization drives more animals to extinction, extreme sizes will likely become the new norm.
A man suffers ankle injuries in waters off a clothing-optional beach.
The mega shark lived 300 million years ago and would have made today's great whites look like shrimps.
There’s yet another, more revealing video of the great white shark attack in San Francisco Bay. Continue reading →
An international team of researchers is shedding a little more light on a family of sharks known as Glyphis.
Little seen in Scottish waters, the false catshark was caught during a tagging mission by marine biologists.
So far this year, Mashable has counted 12 selfie-related deaths and 8 shark-related fatalities. Continue reading →
A larger mouth can improve feasting, as demonstrated by a newly identified prehistoric shark that could take in enormous quantities of food.
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