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There were 47 published elasmobranch (sharks, skates, and rays) entanglement events (557 animals) in 26 scientific papers, with 16 different families and 34 species in all 3 major ocean basins affected. Elasmobranch entanglement can be defined as the process by which any cartilaginous fish (including sharks, rays and chimaera) becomes entwined or trapped within human-made debris
he animals were spotted on Friday close to the shore between Burghead and Findhorn during a coastal pollution survey. John Bisset photographed the sharks from a light aircraft piloted by Toni Hausler of UK Sky Watch, an organisation involved in the Scottish Coastal Rubbish Aerial Photography (SCRAPbook) proje
UNCATEGORIZEDResearch Reveals Surprising Discovery That Great White Sharks Are Not The Top Predator In The OceanApril 18, 2019 - by Alex Larson - Leave a Comment While the movie Jaws may portray the great white shark as the most fierce predator in the ocean, this may not actually be the case.In new research published in Nature, Scientists have found that white sharks not only fled from killer whales when they arrived at marine sanctuary near San Francisco but they did not return till th
Seeing a basking shark swimming through the ocean with its incredible, gaping mouth must be an odd sight. But consider that a fully grown basking shark can grow up to 36 feet in length, its mouth can open up to 3 feet wide and it weighs between 6,600 and 13,000 pounds — yet it feeds on microscopic prey.