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06 Mar 2014
A White Shark called Lydia is about to make history as the first of its species to be seen crossing from one side of the Atlantic to the other. Image © Adrian Hewitt.
05 Mar 2014
AUSTRALIA// Baited hooks aimed at catching sharks who stray close to popular West Australian beaches will remain in the water, after a legal challenge by marine activists Sea Shepherd failed. Image © James Wiseman.
02 Mar 2014
UK// Campaigners have accused Tesco of stocking a brand of tuna that is caught in a way that can harm other wildlife. Image © Wikimedia Commons.
01 Mar 2014
NEW ZEALAND// Regulation of shark tourism is being welcomed by Dunedin cage-diving operator Peter Scott. The Shark Dive New Zealand director said he had lobbied the Government for five years to have rules established in the industry. Image © Ofer Ketter.
28 Feb 2014
WESTERN AUSTRALIA// Despite persistent public outrage and a weight of scientific evidence to the contrary, the Western Australian (WA) State government, led by Premier Colin Barnett, continues with its shark culling programme.
27 Feb 2014
Instruments strapped onto and ingested by sharks are revealing novel insights into how one of the least understood ocean predators swims, eats and lives. Image © Simon Rogerson.
26 Feb 2014
USA// Jerry Ault and Nick Shay are professors at the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science, but their work rarely, if ever, overlaps... Image © Magnus Lundgren.
26 Feb 2014
USA// The Newport Aquarium is mourning the deaths of six shark rays born at the facility last month. Image © Karen Chen.
23 Feb 2014
AUSTRALIA// Nearly a month since the first shark was killed in Western Australia's controversial cull, and with the recent release of attack statistics, the decision still appears to be drastic. Image © Sean Sequeira.
21 Feb 2014
INDONESIA// One of the world’s largest fishes gets a super-size sanctuary thanks to a decision by the Indonesian government to ban fishing for manta rays within the country’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ). Image © Steve Jones.