Conservation groups are praising this week’s confirmation that all species of Wedgefishes, Giant Guitarfishes, and Mako Sharks will be added to Appendix II of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES).
Are you a shark enthusiast for whom diving amongst these underwater predators is on your bucket list? Well, if and when that happens, there are three things you will definitely not want to do, according to shark advocate Dr. David Shiffman.
The second time wasn’t quite the charm this past weekend for the “47 Meters Down” scuba diving (or, to some, “sharksploitation”) film franchise, with “Uncaged” debuting at $8.4 million, taking the No. 7 spot in the U.S. box office and well below studio…
When it comes to finding one’s way, Garmin, Tom-Tom and Google Maps have got nothing on Mother Nature.
If you’re a shark aficionado, Discovery Channel’s annual “Shark Week” programming block begins this coming Sunday, July 28th and runs through Sunday, August 4th.
If you are looking for the ultimate shark destination, then Darwin and Wolf islands in the Galápagos Islands may be the perfect place. There are more sharks here than anywhere else in the world. Find out more about diving with tonnes of sharks.
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The Canadian government has passed legislation banning the import and export of shark fins, becoming the first country in the world to do so and earning the applause of a new foundation named after the late and great filmmaker Rob Stewart.
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