Safeguarding the future of sharks through positive change

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Great Eggcase Hunt

Find and record empty shark eggcases that have washed up on the beach. Eggcase hunting is great fun for all ages! Click here to find everything you need to get started.

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Adopt No Limits? Sharks

Adopt the No Limits? Sharks (Shortfin Mako, Blue Shark, catsharks, smoothhounds and Tope) and help us stop uncontrolled shark fishing.

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