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Grabbing one of them by the tail and removing a hook from its mouth takes a lot more but that didn't stop a group of divers in Florida from helping out a shark in need. Randy Jordan and a few other divers went out shark diving last weekend. The group
How do you top sharks swimming along Rodeo Drive (as happened in the first Sharknado)?...I didn't think it was possible to top the first one, but we actually pulled it off. You can't tease what happens sharks flying around the Statue of Liberty there'
Government experts say the Mediterranean fish have been migrating to the North Sea in rising numbers since the 1990s for a simple reason: Summer sea temperatures are rising to Mediterranean levels...In 2012, a study by marine scientists found that
People-eating sharks whipped up in a tornado, Manhattan as an ice-capped frozen wasteland, and solar flares that rapidly increase the temperature of the Earth's core resulting in cataclysmic earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and biblical-scale
And that too after sharks at the bottom of the ocean in the Beqa passage, off Pacific Harbour. Mrs Bradnam, 86, completed her 1000th dive, swimming with the sharks she has come to love and call her family for the past 30 years. The New Zealander may
Conservationists have welcomed new regulations governing the fishing and sale of sharks in the UAE, which, while still allowing for the animals to be targeted, puts a lot more requirements on fishermen and traders. Ministry of Environment and Water
A resolution to stop the illegal catching of sharks for their fins and throwing their bodies back into the sea will take effect from September 1. Dr Rashid bin Fahad, Minister of Environment and Water, issued the resolution regulating the hunting and
There once was a fish who could talk. He wanted to learn how to walk. He got out from the sea, Fell right onto me, And I nearly died from great shock.
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