New Study Suggests Coastal And Deep Ocean Sharks Have Different Feeding Patterns | Ocean Leadership

(Credit: UMass Amherst) An international team of researchers studying globally declining shark populations report today that they used carbon isotopes as biochemical markers in shark muscle tissue to identify where in the oceans the mobile predators have been feeding, in the hope that such analyses

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New study suggests shark declines can lead to changes in reef fish body shapes – Phys.org

Source : New study suggests shark declines can lead to changes in reef fish body shapes

Megalodon Ancestor: Fossil Teeth Link Beast To Earth’s Largest Shark | Ocean Leadership

It took nearly 40 years, but researchers have finally collected enough fossil teeth in Alabama to properly identify a previously unknown species of ancient shark — one that was a possible ancestor of megalodon, the largest shark to ever exist. (From Live Science/ By Laura Geggel) — The

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Member Highlight: Not Even Foul Weather Can Stop Tiger Shark’s 37,565 Mile Journey | Ocean Leadership

Not freezing temperatures or nor’easters or Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Jose or Maria can stop “Andy,” a tiger shark tagged in Bermuda by scientists from Nova Southeastern University’s (NSU)

Source : Member Highlight: Not Even Foul Weather Can Stop Tiger Shark’s 37,565 Mile Journey | Ocean Leadership

Dear Shark Man, do sharks fart? – Southern Fried Science

Welcome to  Dear Shark Man, an advice column inspired by a ridiculous e-mail I received. You can send your questions to me via twitter (@WhySharksMatter) or e-mail (WhySharksMatter at gmail). Dear …

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Megalodon Ancestor: Fossil Teeth Link Beast to Earth’s Largest Shark – Live Science

The newly identified Bryant Shark, which swam during the dinosaur age, is likely an ancestor of megalodon, the largest shark that ever lived.

Source : Megalodon Ancestor: Fossil Teeth Link Beast to Earth’s Largest Shark

How shark spotting can help reduce attacks. A Cape Town case study – The Conversation

Interactions between sharks and humans happen in a variety of places. That means reducing conflict needs different interventions.

Source : How shark spotting can help reduce attacks. A Cape Town case study

Glow in the dark sharks: new species discovered in Hawaii – and it glows – The Guardian

Light emitted by a new species of lanternshark, Etmopterus lailae, is camouflage and helps them to hunt, communicate and find partners. But how does it work?

Source : Glow in the dark sharks: new species discovered in Hawaii – and it glows

Shark nets create false sense of safety and should be phased out, inquiry finds – The Guardian

Upper house committee says nets damage other marine wildlife and recommends replacement of lethal drum lines

Source : Shark nets create false sense of safety and should be phased out, inquiry finds

Stress test: New study finds seals are stressed-out by sharks – phys.org

Source : Stress test: New study finds seals are stressed-out by sharks