Why sharks like it hot – but not too hot – BBC 

Scientists have calculated the water temperature at which tiger sharks are most active and abundant.

Source : Why sharks like it hot – but not too hot

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Blacktip sharks in sharp decline off Florida coast – and Trump’s not helping – The Guardian

If the trend continues, researchers warn, the migration of blacktip sharks could grind to a halt because of the rapidly warming ocean

Source : Blacktip sharks in sharp decline off Florida coast – and Trump’s not helping

‘Resurrected’ Shark Species Found Dwelling Deep in the Atlantic – Live Science

A new species of shark, the Atlantic sixgill, has been discovered in Belize, the Gulf of Mexico and the Bahamas.

Source : ‘Resurrected’ Shark Species Found Dwelling Deep in the Atlantic

Sixgill Cow Shark Species Discovered in Florida – National Geographic

The discovery of the Atlantic sixgill shark teaches us more about sharks as a whole, and could help with future conservation efforts.

Source : Sixgill Cow Shark Species Discovered in Florida

New Infographic Busts Myths about Global Shark Trade | Project AWARE

Source : New Infographic Busts Myths about Global Shark Trade | Project AWARE

Why the Jaws shark is not a ‘man-eating monster’

Shark diving is helping tourists improve their perception about the largest predatory fish in the world.

Source : Why the Jaws shark is not a ‘man-eating monster’

News Press – Où mangent les requins ? – IFREMER

Source : News Press – Où mangent les requins ? – IFREMER

Great white shark named George stalks Everglade waters – Phys.org

A great white shark named George has been spotted lingering off the Florida coast near the Everglades and Gulf of Mexico.

Source : Great white shark named George stalks Everglade waters

Une pouponnière de requins marteaux découverte aux Galapagos – Science et avenir

Une pouponnière de requins marteaux (Sphyrna mokarran) a été découverte aux Galapagos.

Source : Une pouponnière de requins marteaux découverte aux Galapagos

Shark Attacks—And The Science Behind Our Fear of Them – National Geographic

Sharks aren’t the mindless killers that we’ve cut them out to be.

Source : Shark Attacks—And The Science Behind Our Fear of Them