There is no species of ray more beautiful than this week's featured species. Convince me otherwise. Meet the Ornate Eagle Ray.
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, the bonnethead shark, was recently revealed to be the first known omnivorous shark species.
This week's Featured Species is going to the Cownose Rays. Find out how over fishing of large sharks has enabled the Cownose Ray to wreck havoc on other species in the food chain.
This week's Featured Species is the Common Thresher Shark (Alopias vulpinus). Learn what makes this species so incredibly unique and one incredible hunter.
Meet this Friday's Featured Species: The Ornate Wobbegong (Orectolobus ornatus). Find out what makes this species so specialized for hunting along the bottom of the reef!