29 Jul '17, 10pm

#SharkWeek

Approximately 400 species of sharks are found in the world. Sharks were first included in Appendix II of CITES in February 2003, after the Conference of the Parties to CITES decided at its 12th meeting to...

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This is how everyone should meet their mako. #S...

mnn.com 29 Jul '17, 1pm

An estimated 100 million sharks are killed in commercial fisheries every year, according to the Pew Charitable Trusts. The...

10 Reasons to Celebrate Sharks, Not Fear Them #care2

10 Reasons to Celebrate Sharks, Not Fear Them #...

care2.com 26 Jul '17, 10am

It’s really not fair that sharks get such a bad rap. Here in the United States, we’re much more likely to be killed by a b...

CITES Secretary-General's message for World Ranger Day 2017 - CITES

CITES Secretary-General's message for World Ran...

cites.org 31 Jul '17, 12am

Message from CITES Secretary-General, John E. Scanlon On World Ranger Day 2017, we join you to "stand with the park ranger...

9 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Sharks

9 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Sharks

greenpeace.org.uk 28 Jul '17, 1pm

Many species are endangered – in fact a quarter of all species are threatened and only a third are considered safe. The ma...

#SharkWeek #underdone

#SharkWeek #underdone

mnn.com 27 Jul '17, 12pm

Why are sharks having so much trouble? (Photo: Rob Lang) Researchers estimate that around 100 million sharks are killed by...

Magnificent photos of swimming with whale sharks

Magnificent photos of swimming with whale sharks

treehugger.com 26 Jul '17, 7pm

It may sound surprising to hear that a photographer traveled all the way across the globe to take some photos of fish. But...

I’m one of the most recognizable sharks in the sea! No one has a head quite like mine. #SharkWeek https://t.co/ne25BqwVr9

I’m one of the most recognizable sharks in the ...

oceanconservancy.org 26 Jul '17, 5pm

I’m one of the most recognizable sharks in the sea! No one has a head quite like mine, which is where I got my name (no su...

The speed of sharks: Protecting slow growing fi...

oceanconservancy.org 26 Jul '17, 3pm

Let’s start with the fastest shark of all–the shortfin mako. This species has been clocked at upwards of 40 mph and yet ca...