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.
Learn more about the historic New Jersey shark attacks of 1916 and how they inspired more shark research.
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.
Here are a few facts about those beautiful, streamlined creatures, blue sharks.
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.
The International Shark Attack files list some terrible atrocities that have taken place at sea, where people have been deliberately fed to sharks. This is murder no matter what way you look at it, and the only way the perpetrators will ever stand trial will be if there are any survivors....
The tiger, bull and great white sharks are the top 3 most dangerous sharks in the world. Huge, powerful fish, their bites inflict the most awful injuries that sometimes results in death.
Learn more about the different types of sharks and how they are classified.
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...
All sharks are fish but not all fish are sharks. So what makes a shark a shark and not just another fish?