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01 p.m. thinkstockphotos.com Blacktip shark. Thousands of migrating sharks swam close to South Florida beaches over the past few days, prompting beach closures and sending two people to the hospital with minor bites.
19 March 2014 12 shares 2 View comments This is the terrifying moment an underwater diver fends off an underwater shark attack. Jason Dimitri filmed the frightening encounter while hunting lion fish in the western Caribbean Sea. In a three-minute
A scuba diver caught his near brush with death on film when a shark tried to attack him as he swam in a reef in the western Caribbean Sea. Jason Dimitri was scuba diving near the Cayman Islands killing lionfish with a short spear when he noticed a
Paul Marshallsea helped to drag the dusky whaler shark away from people on the Sunshine Coast's Bulcock Beach. A tribunal involving a charity worker sacked after his bosses saw footage of him wrestling a shark while he was off sick, will not go ahead.
Your political and regional news source from the reporters and editors at Orlando Sentinel bureaus in Washington, Tallahassee and Central Florida...Florida may beef up penalties for poachers who harvest shark fins in state waters, but a broader
Eli Martinez has in two years established a hands on experience feeding HAMMERHEAD SHARKS and subsequently establishing a wensite promoting shark diving tours in the waters off Rimini Island The Bahamas. The creature has become
THE West Australian government has warned it intends to keep the state's controversial shark drumlines in place, even if it loses a legal challenge to the shark catch-and-kill policy. At a late-night application for an immediate injunction to stop
Sponsored Links Instead of a bird's eye view, researchers from the Universities of Hawaii and Tokyo opted for the opposite; they went to the depths of the ocean to better understand one of the world's most feared creatures. With "shark's-eye" cameras,
Sharks are the equivalent of Yankee snowbirds," said University of Florida shark expert George Burgess, keeper of the International Shark Attack File. "With shark attacks, you've got two groups that need to come together, but for those two groups to
That's higher than the average of 6.3 deaths over the past 10 years, said George Burgess, who conducts research on sharks at the University of Florida. The last time shark attacks were this low was 2009 when there were 67. Since 2001, fatal shark