FINtastic Shark Swag For Shark Fest and Shark Week 2019

Are you ready for the sharkiest summer ever?!

Featured Species: Longfin Mako (Isurus paucus)

This week's featured species is one of the fastest sharks in the world. Meet the Longfin Mako!

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.

Feature Species: Salmon Shark (Lamna ditropis)

This week's featured species is a close cousin of the great white and the shortfin mako. And until 1947, this species and the porbeagle were considered the same species. Dive right in to this week's featured species: the Salmon Shark!

Evidence of Embryonic Locomotion in Tawny Nurse Sharks (Nebrius ferrugineus)

New evidence suggests that tawny nurse shark embryos migrate between the uteri of the mother in order to forage while in utero.

Featured Species: Bronze Whaler (Carcharhinus brachyurus)

A shark with the skin as brilliant as copper! In some regions of the world this species is known as the Copper Shark, in others it's known as the Bronze Whaler. Get to know this beautiful Featured Species.

Featured Species Friday: Dwarf Lanternshark (Etmopterus perryi)

They may be small, but they are mighty cool! This week's Featured Species is the smallest shark of them all: the Dwarf Lanternshark.

Featured Species: Broadnose Sevengill Shark (Notorynchus cepedianus)

Sharks have been around for 450 million years, but they haven't always looked as they do now. This week's Featured Species highlights one of the earliest modern shark forms to be found in the fossil record: the Broadnose Sevengill Shark.

Featured Species Friday: Oceanic Whitetip Shark (Carcharhinus longimanus)

This week's featured species is possibly the most deadly shark of all time: the Oceanic Whitetip Shark. Find out what makes this species so formidable!

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