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WWF criticizes MSC Certification of Spiny Dogfish

WWF criticizes MSC Certification of Spiny Dogfish

WWF criticizes MSC Certification of Spiny Dogfish Marine Stewardship Council Squalus suckleyi Germany

Shark attacks canoe paddler in Hawaii

Shark attacks canoe paddler in Hawaii

Shark attacks canoe paddler in Hawaii Tom Bartlett

Boy dies after shark attack in Kenya

Boy dies after shark attack in Kenya

A 16-year-old boy whose leg had been bitten off by a shark, has died at the Coast General Hospital. The boy was swimming at the shores of the Indian Ocean, near Mama Ngina Drive

BC Spiny Dogfish Fishery certified as sustainable

BC Spiny Dogfish Fishery certified as sustainable

World’s first spiny dogfish fishery receives MSC certification for sustainable fishing Marine Stewardship Council British Columbia Squalus suckleyi

Florida proposes protection for hammerheads, tiger sharks

Florida proposes protection for hammerheads, tiger sharks

Florida proposes protection for hammerhead sharks tiger sharks The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) protect shark populations in Florida waters.

Bodyboarder killed by shark in Western Australia

Bodyboarder killed by shark in Western Australia

A SHARK attacked killed Kyle Burdena 21-year-old bodyboarder South-West. Surfer killed by a shark at Bunker Bay tip of Cape Naturaliste popular surf spot called The Farm.

Monterey aquarium gets great white shark

Monterey aquarium gets great white shark

AP Associated Press September 1, 2011 MONTEREY (AP) — A great white shark that was caught in the waters off Southern California is now on display at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. Aquarium officials say the four-foot, seven-inch male shark was transferred from Malibu to Monterey and placed in the aquarium’s Open Sea exhibit on Wednesday

Whale Shark captured in Korea

Whale Shark captured in Korea

Date: reported on 30. August 2011. Location: Donghae, Gangwon Province, South Korea. Species: Whale shark ( Rhincodon typus ). Size: 5.3 metres in length, estimated 2 tons. The fisherman found the shark dead in his fishing net and immediately informed the coast guard. Source and Photo Credit: daum.net  

Greek fishermen catch big shark

Greek fishermen catch big shark

Date: 20. August 2011. Location: Diakopto, Achaea, Greece. Species: Bluntnose Sixgill Shark ( Hexanchus griseus ). Size: said to be 4.5 metres in length. The shark got entangled in a fishing net. It has been misidentified as a basking shark by the Greek media. Source and Photo Credit: filodimos.gr    

Salmon Shark caught in Russia

Salmon Shark caught in Russia

Date: 22. August 2011. Location: ‘Mirror Bay’, Kavalerovsky District, Primorsky Krai, Russia. Species: Salmon Shark ( Lamna ditropis ), male. Size: said to be 2.2 metres in length. The capture of this specimen (by ‘amateur fishermen’) has received much attention in the Russian press because of the two recent shark attacks in the region. Several

Basking Shark Mount for Museum in France

Basking Shark Mount for Museum in France

Shark Year Magazine, 25. August 2011 The French taxidermist Bernard Bourlès is mounting a 3.4 metres long basking shark (Cetorhinus maximus) for the Natural History Museum in Paris. The 180 kg shark had been accidentally caught in the waters south of Houat on 27 May 2010. Houat is an island off the south coast of

White Shark caught by Anglers in California

White Shark caught by Anglers in California

Video uploaded on 23 August 2011 – A juvenile great white shark ( a protected species ) was caught by a group of recreational fishermen at Huntington Beach Pier, Southern California. Apparently, the small shark was seriously injured by fishing gaffs.      

New Species of Gollum Shark from the Philippines

New Species of Gollum Shark from the Philippines

Published on 24. August 2011 Gollum suluensis sp. nov. (Carcharhiniformes: Pseudotriakidae), a new gollumshark from the southern Philippines Peter R. Last and Joe P. Gaudiano ABSTRACT: A second nominal species of the pseudotriakid genus Gollum, otherwise known as false catsharks or gollumsharks, is described on the basis of seven specimens collected from the Sulu Sea.

Shark kills surfer in South Africa

Shark kills surfer in South Africa

Article By: Staff Reporter iafrica.com Tue, 23 Aug 2011 12:37 A surfer died after being attacked by a shark at Lookout Beach in Plettenberg Bay on Tuesday morning, according to ZigZag. The 48-year-old, who was in the water with five other surfers, reportedly saw the shark before it attacked and shouted out in warning. The

2011 Shark Scramble Tournament in Canada

2011 Shark Scramble Tournament in Canada

Location: Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada . Date: 17. – 20. August 2011. 122 anglers participated in the tournament, 13 fishermen more than in the previous year. A total of 39 sharks were landed: 37 blue sharks, 2 mako sharks (previous year: 42 sharks). Here is a video (link) of the event. Tournament Result: 1st Place:

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