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.
Here are some really interesting facts about great white sharks for kids, with answers to the most commonly asked questions about them.
Shark attacks are extremely rare in the pristine waters of the Whitsundays and throughout the Great Barrier Reef. There are five different types of sharks in the region and many of these can be seen while diving around the islands.
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 partly due to global warming.
This is the story of how Michael Cohen was the victim of a shark attack at Fish Hoek Beach, Cape Town, South Africa, and how two heroic men saved his life. Michael Cohen lost one leg and almost lost his other leg in the great white shark attack where a seal seemed to come to his aid.
Sharks are among the most terrifying and deadly of all the creatures you'll likely encounter in the world's oceans, but which, are the deadliest of all? Read on if you want to find out...
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.
Oceans aren't the only place sharks lurk. Even rivers, creeks and lakes are within their reach. But, are they something to worry about? This is an overview of these elusive creatures of the deep.
Some Red Sea Sharks can be very dangerous indeed, as indicated by a recent spate of deaths in the area due to shark attack. If you'd like to know what kind of shark lives in the Red Sea, read on...