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100 Million Sharks are Killed Each Year to Prepare Chinese Soup

Discovery Communications, Inc.: Please present scientific facts and research during your highly lucrative programming known as "Shark Week" .

Are marine ecosystems headed toward a new productivity regime? Model calculations suggest massive changes in the oceans' more distant future

Are marine ecosystems headed toward a new productivity regime? Model calculations suggest massive changes in the oceans' more distant future

In the face of climate change impact and inevitable sea level rise, scientists studying New York's Hudson River estuary have forecast new tidal wetlands, comprising perhaps 33 percent more wetland area by the year

Great White Shark... The Sea is all yours...all yours...alllll yoursss....

It's a Shark's World After All

Great White sharks are already here and UK waters are an ideal hunting ground, claims expert

The Biggest Sharks in the World: Nightmares Beneath the Waves

The Biggest Sharks in the World: Nightmares Beneath the Waves

Sharks in Western Australia are being 'culled', despite the fact that they are listed as threatened, or vulnerable to extinction. Take action today

Maui shark attack victim loses an arm; 11 precautions you can take - latimes.com

Maui shark attack victim loses an arm; 11 precautions you can take

Maui shark attack victim loses an arm; 11 precautions you can take - latimes.com

Whale Shark: Stunning photos of models swimming with sharks raise awareness for their conservation Photo: Shawn Heinrichs

Stunning Whale Shark Photos Aim to Help At-Risk Species

Mermaid Hannah Fraser swims with a whale shark in Oslob, Philippines, for a one-of-a-kind photo-session. The underwater fashion shoot was by photographers Shawn Heinrichs and Kristian Schmidt.

#World #News  Leonie the shark don't need a man, begins impregnating herself instead  #StopRussianAggression

Leonie the shark doesn't need a man, begins impregnating herself instead

A leopard shark in a Queensland, Australia, aquarium has made history with a ‘virgin birth’ that scientists say could help save her endangered species.

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