Experts attribute the increase to recovering shark populations, climate change and more people in the water.
The rare shark has taken up residence near the bustling shore waters of Long Island's Great South Bay.
Two new experiments are the first to prove that sharks smell tiny amounts of chemicals in the water as a homing device.
Sleek and able to camouflage itself when hunting, the animal earns its cool name.
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.
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