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Gov. Deval Patrick has signed a bill outlawing the possession or distribution of shark fins in Massachusetts. Supporters of the ban say shark fins are often removed for use in soup while the rest of the shark is thrown back in the sea, still alive...
Scientists using shark fins for research may possess them and certain locally caught species such as skate, smoothhounds and spiny dogfish are not covered by the ban. According to Shark Advocates International , smoothhounds and spiny dogfish are
Diver is photobombed by gigantic whale shark swimming just six feet from her Photographer Ellen Cuylaerts, 44, took the impressive images while on a trip to Isla Mujeres, in Mexico Ms Cuylaerts, who lives in the Cayman Islands, said: 'To swim next
Passengers on a whale-watching boat leaving the charming harbour of St. Andrews, N.B, were shocked and thrilled to encounter a great white shark that got so close to them, that they were able to take vivid photos and videos of it. The thing about
Research has repeatedly pointed to the fact that India is the world's second largest shark catching nation and one of the world's largest exporters of shark fins, HSI said in a statement. Trade reports and undercover investigations have revealed that
Wheeler, The Baltimore Sun A sighting of a bull shark off Sandy Point State Park Monday prompted a brief closure of one of the swimming areas, but the park's manager said the popular Chesapeake Bay beach returned to "business as usual" on Tuesday
Finally, after decades of research and a year in development, -based tech company NoBite Technologies has created an innovative, long-range and easily understandable shark deterrent: the Ocean Recreation Comfort Apparatus ( www.orcav1.com ).
This video , taken in Australia, shows the 13-foot shark behaving strangely. It swims into very shallow water--so shallow that it thrashes around in the sand. The beach-goers are baffled, wondering what could be wrong with it. Near the end of the
The writer and director of dozens of movies, he finally achieved cult status when he wrote Sharknado . Now with Sharknado 2: The Second One coming to Syfy on July 30, we decided to ask him some hard scientific and philosophical questions about his
In "Jaws," the fictional mayor tried to protect the summer tourism season by keeping a lid on reports of the man-eater lurking offshore. As sightings of great white sharks mount off Cape Cod in real life, however, businesses in the Massachusetts town