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

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

Watch Shark Come Within Inches of Divers in ‘Magical’ Encounter – National Geographic

Conservation-focused shark divers get up close and personal with DJenny the tiger shark off the coast of Florida

Source : Watch Shark Come Within Inches of Divers in ‘Magical’ Encounter

L’impact du shark-feeding sur les requins étudié – Tahiti Infos

Source : L’impact du shark-feeding sur les requins étudié

Global Population Genetic Dynamics of a Highly Migratory, Apex Predator Shark – Bernard – 2016 – Molecular Ecology – Wiley Online Library

Source : Global Population Genetic Dynamics of a Highly Migratory, Apex Predator Shark – Bernard – 2016 – Molecular Ecology – Wiley Online Library

Quand des scientifiques testent la puissance des dents de requins avec une scie sauteuse – Gentside Découverte

http://www.maxisciences.com/requin/quand-des-scientifiques-testent-la-puissance-des-dents-de-requins-avec-une-scie-sauteuse_art38603.html 

Tiger Sharks Opt For Scavenging On Dead And Dying Sea Turtles As A Feeding Strategy – Oceanleadership

Researchers found behavioral evidence that tiger sharks prefer to opportunistically scavenge on dead or weakened green turtles rather than actively hunting healthy individuals despite more opportunities to do so. The study, conducted off the coast of Australia during the turtle nesting season, also found the behavior of healthy green turtles suggests that they do not perceive tiger sharks as a major threat during nesting season.

Source : Tiger Sharks Opt For Scavenging On Dead And Dying Sea Turtles As A Feeding Strategy

Tiger sharks opt for scavenging on dead and dying sea turtles as a feeding strategy: Study provides new insight into the behavior of an ocean top predator — ScienceDaily

Researchers found behavioral evidence that tiger sharks prefer to opportunistically scavenge on dead or weakened green turtles rather than actively hunting healthy individuals despite more opportunities to do so.

Source : Tiger sharks opt for scavenging on dead and dying sea turtles as a feeding strategy: Study provides new insight into the behavior of an ocean top predator — ScienceDaily

Réunion: la pêche au Tigre et au Bouledogue ouverte – Journal de l’environnement

Source : Réunion: la pêche au Tigre et au Bouledogue ouverte – Journal de l’environnement

Longest ever tiger shark tracking reveals remarkable, bird-like migrations | EurekAlert! Science News

Longest ever tiger shark tracking reveals remarkable, bird-like migrations | EurekAlert! Science News.