MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — A man swimming in the ocean was injured after officials said he was bitten by a shark Saturday evening at Myrtle Beach. WMBF, in South Carolina, reported that the victim was coming out of the water around 7:45 p.m. near the 2nd Avenue Pier, with a shark attached to his foot.
At about 9:00 am in the morning of May 29, a fisherman has lost almost his entire left forearm during a servere shark attack in the state of Guerrero, which is located on Mexico's southern Pacific coast.
By the Australian Fisheries Management Authority (AFMA) 28. May 2012 A group of 30 commercial shark fishers has improved their understanding of sustainable fishing practices in a two-day “Improved Environmental Work Practices” workshop at the South East Australia Maritime Education Centre (Seamec) in Lakes Entrance last week. The workshop, a joint initiative between industry, AFMA
White Shark Conservation Trust 29. May 2012 As a conservation organisation, we would like to express our concern about the recent misinformation perpetuated in the national and international media asserting that the shark fin trade is sustainable. The reality is that this vast trade is largely unmanaged and unmonitored, and that the shark fin