The newly identified Bryant Shark, which swam during the dinosaur age, is likely an ancestor of megalodon, the largest shark that ever lived.
Interactions between sharks and humans happen in a variety of places. That means reducing conflict needs different interventions.
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?
Upper house committee says nets damage other marine wildlife and recommends replacement of lethal drum lines
Marine ecologists have shown that traces of DNA in the sea can be used to monitor shark populations.
Welcome to Volume #4 of 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 g…
A short tour of the strange sharks chilling at the bottom of the ocean.
Radioactivity from nuclear bombs has helped reveal lengthy lifespans, a new analysis says.