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Great White Sharks normally give birth to between two and 12 pups at a time after a gestation period of 11 months. Blood samples didn't show Lydia was pregnant when researchers used a 34,000kg hydraulic platform to hoist her from the water to fit her
Fans celebrate Team Canada's advance to the gold medal game at the Sochi Winter Olympics at the Shark Club sports bar in Vancouver. The Shark Club will close in April but is to reopen following a change in ownership, as well as renovations. The word "
Labour MP Shane Jones calls on National to manage commercial fish supply to avoid waste. Shane Jones asked why recreational fishing limits had been cut when there appeared to be surplus fish in the commercial supply chain. Photo / APN Supermarket
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Lydia was first tagged off Florida as part of the Ocearch scientific project. The shark has travelled more than 30,500km (19,000 miles) since the tracking device was attached. We have no idea how far she will go, but Europe, the Med, and the coast of
Postdoctoral Fellow at Australian National University Changing waves and currents can keep fish on the move. Jordan Casey Have you ever been snorkelling or scuba diving on a windy day when there are lots of waves? Did you notice how much that flow of
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 hammerhead shark was found at Quondong Beach, about 43km north of Broome, at the weekend. Photos show the shark missing three fins, which appear to have been sawn off. While there have been high-profile prosecutions of commercial fishers killing
01 pm Rarely seen fish caught in the Kermadec Trench have enabled scientists to better understand just how deep fish can survive in the ocean...It is just the second time this species of fish has been caught, the last being more than 60 years ago.
New Zealand (AP) They might look like offal stuffed in cellophane, but five fish hauled up from near-record depths off the coast of New Zealand are providing scientists with new insights into how deep fish can survive. In a paper published this week