Protections for the Critically Endangered Largetooth Sawfish Increased in the Caribbean

Earlier this week, 7 Caribbean countries unanimously agreed to extend further protections to the critically endangered Largetooth Sawfish.

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Featured Species: Bigeye Thresher (Alopias superciliosus)

This week's featured species is a tail-smacking good time! Meet the Bigeye Thresher Shark!

Featured Species: Blacktip Shark (Carcharhinus limbatus)

Think you can spot the difference between a spinner shark, a blacktip reef shark, and a blacktip shark? It may be more difficult than you think! Challenge your knowledge and learn all about this week's featured species, the Blacktip Shark.

Featured Species: Tasselled Wobbegong (Eucrossorhinus dasypogon)

Barbelled, splotched, and tasselled. This week's featured species uses these fashion accessories in the ultimate example of camouflage. Meet the Tasselled Wobbegong!

Featured Species: Pacific Angelshark (Squatina californica)

This week's featured species is a master ambush predator and can virtually disappear below the sand. Meet the Pacific Angelshark.

AVED Technology Reveals Cryptic Habitat Use of Kelp Forests by Great White Sharks

New study reveals great white sharks use kelp forests to actively hunt Cape fur seals during the day. View the world from a great white shark's eyes and learn more about the study.

Featured Species: Pelagic Thresher Shark (Alopias pelagicus)

This week's featured species is know one of three species known its shocking whip-like tail that it uses to stun its prey while hunting. Meet the Pelagic Thresher Shark.

The IUCN Announced Conservation Status Update on 58 Elasmobranch Species, Including the Shortfin Mako

Continuing population declines led the International Union for Conservation of Nature's Shark Specialist Group to reclassify the conservation status of several elasmobranch species.

Featured Species: Broadfin Shark (Lamiopsis temminckii)

This week's featured species was once a common species in the Indian Ocean, but today is an Endanger Species. Meet the Broadfin Shark.

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