It's the final post of 2018! Let's celebrate by looking back at all the newly discovered elasmobranchs of 2018!
This week's featured species is the critically endangered Pondicherry Shark. Once common throughout the Indo-Pacific, this species is now the prime example of what unregulated fisheries can do in a short time period.
New evidence suggests that tawny nurse shark embryos migrate between the uteri of the mother in order to forage while in utero.
This week's featured species has a dorsal fin that can measure up to 1/10th the length of its body! Meet the Sandbar Shark.