Discover why some think a Megalodon Shark is the super predator that ate a 9-foot Great White Shark off the coast of Australia.
If you've ever wondered what are the top 10 most dangerous sharks in the world, then have a look here. Read a little about each shark so that you will be better prepared next time you want to go back in the water.
Could a 30-foot great white shark reported to have been seen by a respected shark researcher 25 years ago really have been a living Megalodon?
Here are some really interesting facts about great white sharks for kids, with answers to the most commonly asked questions about them.
Learn about useful tips to help increase your chances of surviving a shark attack.
Bull sharks are arguably the most dangerous shark of all. They live in warm shallow coastal waters and upstream in rivers, where human interaction is possible. here are a few interesting facts about bull sharks.
This is a list of all reported shark attacks that took place in the Mediterranean Sea, including the Adriatic and Tyrrhenian Seas, since 1868. According to the ISAF database, there have been 55 attacks and 36 deaths.
This is a summary of all reported shark attacks across the world that took place in 2011. Annually, we are seeing year on increases in shark attacks, which is partly because more people are entering the waters, and...
Shark attacks in the red Sea happen with unfailing frequency thanks to baiting by diving boat companies desperate to make a fast buck by selling unsafe shark-sighting tours to unwary tourists.
This is a complete record of all recorded shark attacks that have taken place off or around French Reunion Island in the warm Indian Ocean.