Last year, chainsaw in hand, surfer and bar owner Finley "Fin" Shepard (Ian Ziering) defended Los Angeles from deadly sharks scooped from the sea by a freak storm and rained onto Tinseltown.Syfy's campy horror flick "Sharknado" turned...Show More Summary
Duck for cover! The sharks are back! Ian Ziering returns in Sharknado 2, the follow-up to Syfy's surprisingly awesome and totally shameless flick. This time around, Fin (Ziering) is tasked with saving the day in the Big Apple. From chainsaws...Show More Summary
Blue shark (Prionace glauca). (Photo: Oceana / Karin Leonard / Marine Photobank) This week, Massachusetts became the ninth state to regulate the trade of shark fins within their state borders—an important step forward in the fight for global shark conservation. Show More Summary
The perfect cordial to down along with your Sharknado 2 viewing is up to you—the Bloody Mary, the Fin & Tonic, or the Screwed-diver are all great choices. But the perfect glass is without a doubt this detailed tumbler featuring a great white ready to strike. Read more...
A blue whale off of California. (Photo: millerm217 / Flickr Creative Commons) - A new study found that blue whale “hot spots” off California intersect with some of California’s busiest shipping lanes, and that ship strikes are preventing blue whales from recovering. Show More Summary
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick signed into law Thursday a bill that bans the sale and possession of shark fins, making it the ninth state in the U.S. to criminalize the trade. The bill was approved in the Massachusetts state house earlier this month, the Boston Globe reports. The practice of removing a shark’s fins, or
The finned version of an F1 car.
This Jaw-some footage shows a diver cutting a huge whale shark free from netting wrapped around his fins.
Strange things were afoot…errr, a fin…in Lake Ontario. A video posted to You Tube last week, allegedly shot on Wolfe Island, where the St. Lawrence River meets Lake Ontario, shows three anglers responding to a mystery fish breaching near...
A Loggerhead turtle (Caretta caretta). (Photo: Oceana / Carlos Suárez) - This week, scientists officially named the largest flying creature ever discovered. Pelagornis sandersi, a type of early bird, relied on the oceans to keep it airborne when it lived 25 million years ago. Show More Summary
The targeted species is typically used as an ingredient in shark fin soup, a delicacy in Chinese cuisine
The Blaid Antenna from Japan's Beat Sonic comes in 14 different shades to complement your Toyota vehicle's factory finish. Taller than BMW's already passe Shark's Fin, the Blaid Antenna gives even the most plebeian Toyota a dash of sword-meets-horn macho mystique.
After a man posted a video of himself hitching a ride on the fin of a whale shark off the coast of Florida earlier this month, the legalities on shark riding were called into question. Well, exciting news for all you daredevils/total morons out there: Riding a wild shark in the ocean is a perfectly legal (and stupid) thing to do. Read more...
The last thing any beach-goer wants to hear is the terrifying dunnn dun, dunnn dun theme song of Jaws. But when 31-year-old Lew Smart saw a fin moving through the… READ ON
Just like its Scion sibling, Subaru's sport coupe gets some minor updates and a small price increase for 2015. Outside, the BRZ gets larger tailpipes and a new "shark fin" design antenna. Inside, new faux carbon fiber trim lines the...
Fins up! All new original movies are coming to Syfy this summer and they sound well, fin-tastic. Sharks are hot right now and Syfy is holding its very first "Sharknado Week" from July 26 to August 2. In addition to "Sharknado 2: The Second One" premiering on July 30, additional movies include; Roger Corman’s "Sharktopus vs. Show More Summary
Street aerobics came with a creative message this past Friday, as WildAid members dressed as sharks and danced on a Shanghai street to encourage residents to stop ordering the cruelly-made and once popular shark fin soup. The dance was...Show More Summary
About 20 miles beyond San Diego, Keith Poe sits in his boat and keeps watch for sharks, specifically great whites. He knows they’ll come because attached to Poe’s boat, at the end of a long rope, is a 50-foot fin whale carcass–the best kind of chum. Show More Summary
Severe thunderstorms pounded the Denver metro area — located at the fin of the shark of storms that the National Weather Service predicted could occur — for a second straight day Wednesday, Large hail fell from Colorado Springs to Denver,...Show More Summary
A fin whale carcass that washed ashore Sunday at Point Loma in San Diego will be towed to sea Wednesday afternoon, and be used by researchers as a great white shark magnet. The Marine Conservation Science Institute stated on Facebook...Show More Summary