The SwimFin is a swimming aid that straps onto a child’s back to provide buoyancy and encouragement. Its shark fin shape not only looks cool, but also allows for a full range of arm movement so little swimmers can practice all kinds of strokes unimpeded. SwimFin is available in seven different colors and can be […]
Nice fins, shame about the face. Our feature on sawfish reveals the secret life of one of the world's most bizarre animals – a shark's body with a head like a chainsaw. But sawfish are far from the only sea creatures with peculiar heads. Meet six others. Graham Lawton
Katharine the great white shark has seemingly gone missing, as the massive predator hasn’t signaled Ocearch trackers in several weeks, leading her fans, along with the organization’s founder, to wonder where her fin will next part the waves. Show More Summary
Via ABC7 San Francisco: "A San Francisco man was caught with a literal ton of shark fins."
Cartilaginous fishes, like sharks and rays, are blessed with something called “claspers,” dual sperm-releasing tubes jutting from their pelvic fins. Thanks to a recent study, the mystery of the sea critters’ double dongs has been solved. Read more...
Grooveshark closes as it settles cases against record labels, US Trade Rep releases Special 301 report and erotic ebook cover leads to a lawsuit.
Just five inches long, the shark has two kangaroo-like pockets near its fins and is only the second such specimen ever found
Shark fins are a highly controversial ingredient. An upscale Chinese restaurant in London — considered one of the best in the city by several publications — has been caught with an illegal stash of shark fins. According to the Independent,...Show More Summary
An estimated 100 million sharks are being killed every year--70 million of them just for their fins alone. Tod Bensen, former Chairman of WildAid, talks about the global threat of overfishing our oceans and educating people about the...Show More Summary
If you’ve attended a wedding recently in Hong Kong, the chances are pretty high that shark’s fin wasn’t served.
After dropping out of school, I worked as a croupier in London’s exclusive members’ clubs: a world where mega rich players are ‘comped’ with whatever food they desire from Michelin-starred chefs.
Demand for ivory and shark fins may finally be falling, thanks to campaigns that directly target the consumers of illegally poached goods
It's in support of a worldwide ban on the controversial delicacy. American Airlines came out against the practice of harvesting, selling, distributing, and serving shark fin this morning. In a tweet, the company explained that it has...Show More Summary
We got a peek at some impressive work from Quoddy with our look at the Leffot launch a couple weeks back and here we return to the label for something altogether more Elvis-friendly. A flashier take on some of the brand’s most popular… The post See the Quoddy Shark Fin Blue Suede Footwear Series appeared first on Selectism.
What is a shark? A “shark” is one of any number of “fish” characterized by cartilaginous skeletons, gill slits, pectoral fins that are not fused to the head, and a voracious appetite for human flesh. What is a tornado? A … Continued A Sharknado has struck the United States every year since 2013. Show More Summary
Science on Tap presents, Shark Night! featuring Dr. Demian Chapman from Alan Alda Center. Marine scientist, Dr. Demian Chapman, discusses how the illegal shark fin trade is harming sharks and the health of the oceans. He shares his experiences tagging … Continue reading ?
We asked readers what mysteries Scully and Mulder should hop on. Left shark? Watch your fins! With only six episodes planned, the pressure is on for Agents Scully and Mulder to deliver some serious truthiness (hey, "truthiness" wasn't even a thing when the The X-Files last aired!). Show More Summary
Fins for the win! Sharks come in many shapes and sizes—and all help maintain healthy ecosystems. Which is your favorite? Learn more about our sharks
It is estimated between 26 and 73 million sharks are killed every year for their fins. Paul Hilton Shark finning, as is customarily done, requires that a fishermen haul a shark from the ocean, slice its fin off, and then throw the rest of the shark – often still alive – back into the ocean. Show More Summary
The Fubu founder talks about lessons learned during the two decades leading up to the first season of Shark Tank.