A curious shark chases and attacks an underwater camera, striking the electronics lens-first, in a head-on chomp.
How does a multi-ton shark come flying up out of the water in such dramatic fashion? And why does it breach? If these are your questions, Trace has the answers.
Nuclear bomb testing from the 50s and 60s had at least one perk: it's enabling scientists now to learn that many sharks are much older. Continue reading →
More shark attacks are predicted this summer, but there are strategies to avoiding becoming shark bait.
The Internet is abuzz over a supposed colossal cannibalistic great white shark, but shark experts say to hold off judgment until the innocent is proven guilty.
Data on shark attacks and fatalities vary from year to year, and yet sharks are predictable animals. Other forces are at work.
A tumor found in a great white shark is the first ever documented in this species.
Lydia the great white shark has migrated more than 19,000 miles since being tagged.
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