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Does shark conservation result in more shark attacks?

marine science, Natural Science, Science, sharksOctober 6, 2011

Meet Captain Bill Goldschmitt, an author, blogger, and commercial shark fisherman. Captain Bill is a passionate, opinionated, and influential man in the world of shark conservation and management. Unfortunately, the opinions that he chooses to passionately share are wildly incorrect. Captain Bill is a leading proponent of many ideas that have no basis in reality, including […]

Happy Shark Week!

Popular Culture

Love it or hate it, it’s the only week long holiday devoted to nature’s most misunderstood predator. Here’s a little documentary to clear up some misconceptions: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCpKp73kJtI

A quick note on Shark Week

UncategorizedAugust 2, 2010

Shark Week began last night, and many readers and friends have already asked me what I thought about the first premieres. Just like last year, I am waiting until all of the new premieres have aired, and then I will write a complete review of all six. ~WhySharksMatter

Shark Celebrity Auction

Conservation, marine science, Science, sharks

Throughout Shark Week, the Shark Research Institute is hosting a fundraiser. You can bid to meet various “Shark Celebrities”, and winners can join them for a meal, a face-to-face discussion, or in some cases a trip into the field to interact with sharks! The shark celebrities being auctioned include scientists, filmmakers, authors and conservationists. Unless […]

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