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Hammerhead Shark Evolution
Sep 06 2022
The early ancestors of sharks first arrived on the scene over 450 million years ago, well before the dinosaurs. Modern day shark species first showed up 370 million years...
How Big Do Tiger Sharks Get?
Aug 09 2022
Having spent countless hours in the water with Tiger Sharks at Tiger Beach over the past decade has been an incredible experience. These sharks are fascinating in so many...
Shark Vision: Do Sharks have Good Eyesight?
Sep 01 2018
Here’s the next segment on our Shark Senses Series. If you missed the first article, click here. Shark vision has always seemed to be a bit of a...
Shark Senses – How Do Sharks Hunt Their Prey?
Aug 15 2018
Perfectly evolved over 500 million years and surviving 5 mass extinction events, sharks are true super predators. So how do they do it? What senses come in to play as...
Ultimate Shark Encounter: Megamouth
Aug 02 2017
What’s your ultimate shark encounter? Was it seeing a massive Great White shark? Perhaps a Great Hammerhead cruising in the shallows. Or a big Tiger Shark...
Great White Sharks fail in aquarium captivity
Aug 05 2016
Take a look at this brief but interesting look at the history of Great White Sharks in captivity. We believe strongly that putting people face to face with live animals...
Endangered Oceans: Smalltooth Sawfish
Jun 23 2016
The smalltooth sawfish is one of the most unique shark species found in warm tropical waters. It has been on the endangered species list since 2003 because of drastic...
Bull Sharks – knows no bounds
May 24 2015
Description Bull shark, Carcharhinus leucas, from the CARCHARHINIDAE family. Depending on where you are in the world, you might also hear it referred to as a Ganges...
The Bottlenose Dolphin
Jan 27 2015
The bottlenose dolphin is the most common member of the Delphinidae family. Recent molecular studies showed that the genus contains two species, the common bottlenose...
Atlantic Spotted Dolphin
Jan 26 2015
The Atlantic spotted dolphin (Stenella frontalis) belongs to the Delphinidae family. They are usually 5-7.5 ft (1.6-2.3 m) long and weigh about 220-315 lbs (100-143 kg)....
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