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21 Jan 2016
AUSTRALIA// While spending the day in Australia's Port Hacking, New South Wales local Luke Anslow happened upon a rare find. A small shark had washed up on the beach – and a closer look revealed the creature was completely colourless.
11 Jan 2016
WORLDWIDE// Underwater navigation is complicated because the terrain has no landmarks or paths. Everything looks the same. In the shallows and just below the surface, the sun may indicate where east lies, but it provides no more clues to underwater travellers. Image © Grant Henderson.
22 Dec 2016
USA// Scientists have discovered a new species of shark, one with jet-black skin, bulbous eyes, and special cells that allow it to glow in the dark. They call it the Ninja Lanternshark.
17 Dec 2015
WORLDWIDE// Around the world, the fishing industry targets an ever-increasing number of sharks to feed global demand for shark meat and fins. Image © Linda Pitkin.
17 Dec 2015
AUSTRALIA// Footage has emerged of a group of Perth spearfisherman swimming in a hidden underwater cave off Rottnest Island with a school of Sandtiger Sharks. Image © Shannon Conway.
16 Dec 2015
SOUTH AFRICA// Spotted off the eastern coast of South Africa, in the Pondoland Marine Protected Area, a humpback whale calf was beset by a group of Dusky Sharks. Image © Paul Martin.
11 Dec 2015
SOUTH AFRICA// Stunning photos of White Sharks off the coast of South Africa, creatively photographed by shark conservationist Amanda Brewer. Image © Joshua Cortopassi.
03 Dec 2015
WORLDWIDE// The winter issue of our Shark Focus magazine, created exclusively for Shark Trust members is out now.
24 Nov 2015
UK// Dive gear innovators and all-round ocean and shark lovers Fourth Element have added two new T-Shirts to their lifestyle range in support of the Shark Trust.
17 Nov 2015
MALTA// Fishing nations at the annual meeting of the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) have once again failed to adopt scientific advice and best practices to safeguard several species of oceanic sharks.