Raising awareness about sharks is key to safeguarding their future in our oceans.
To help us spread the word, we've created a range of resources that you can download below.
We're in the process of rebranding our materials, so we don't currently have any printed leaflets in stock. To reduce our carbon footprint we're also in the process of creating a range of digital leaflets, as well as an interactive display panel for aquariums, which we'll be launching soon. Please keep an eye on our website for updates.Our current leaflets include:
You can download and print all of our posters using the links below:
► British Sharks (pdf)► Shark Anatomy (pdf) - printed copy available as part of our Pup's Club pack► A-Z of Sharks (pdf) - printed copy available as part of our Pup's Club pack► Skate Life Cycle (pdf)► Great Eggcase Hunt ID Poster for NW Europe (pdf)► Great Eggcase Hunt - Junior ID Guide (pdf)► Great Eggcase Hunt - Indoor Eggcase Hunt (pdf)► Basking Shark Code of Conduct (pdf)
Larger display materials are available for schools and aquariums to hire or buy. We can print these in a range of formats to suit your space - Contact Us to find out more.
We’ve partnered with national award-winning outdoor education provider - The Great Out-Tours - to produce a range of curriculum-linked and risk-assessed educational resources. With sharks and rays as the inspiration. From beachcombing to craft challenges, these resources are bundles of fun will provide hours of guided learning for children and adults.
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We also have a range of ID materials. These have been created for anglers, the commercial fishing industry, fisheries management and enforcement agencies:
Our ID guides provide clear and accurate information for identifying 41 species of shark found in the British Isles & Northeast Atlantic.
Our ID guides provide clear and accurate information for identifying 22 species of skate and ray found in the British Isles & Northeast Atlantic.
Our Commercial Fisheries Advisories provide rapid access to the current legislative status of sharks, skates and rays in UK, EU and international waters.