Tan in colour with lots of dark brown spots, adult Zebra Sharks are often confused for Leopard Sharks. But, when they’re young they look very different... Read more
The winter issue of our Member's Magazine is out now and this time we’re tackling one of the biggest questions in shark conservation… Read more
Tonic immobility is a reflex that causes a temporary state of inactivity in an animal. Similar to hypnosis. It occurs in a variety of different species, including many sharks and rays... Read more
We believe the best way to safeguard the future of sharks is through a solutions-based approach that promotes positive change. Like a jigsaw, there are many pieces that make up the big picture.
Together let's safeguard a future for sharks in our oceans. We've got lots of ways you can get involved. From becoming a member or citizen scientist to fundraising and volunteering.
Help vulnerable shark species in the Atlantic by supporting our No Limits? campaign. Let's stop uncontrolled shark fishing.
Great challenges need great settings. Walk, jog or run the Island’s stunning Coastal Path on the first installment of the Ultra Challenge Series. Join 2,000 people for an unforgettable experience. Read more
Plymouth's half marathon is happening 17 May 2020. This year we're asking supporters to take part and run for sharks. So why not join us for this 13.1 mile run, which takes on the sights of our hometown. Read more
Until the 29th February you can sign up for just £1!
Take on this new challenge for 2020 - across England's South West Pennisular. Walk, jog or run it for sharks!
Angel sharks have unusually flexible ‘necks’. Allowing them to raise their heads and trap-like jaw to snap up prey at high speed. Read more
The result of a major collaborative effort, this plan sets out a roadmap for restoring the three Critically Endangered species of angel shark in the Mediterranean. Read more
Dismay at the EU and US failure to support consensus on efforts to ban retention of endangered Shortfin Mako at the November ICCAT meeting. Read more