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Shark Video Caught on Tape: Kayak Fishermen Battle Thresher Shark off California

Shark Video Caught on Tape: Kayak Fishermen Battle Thresher Shark off California

ABC News 13 July 2011. Two California fisherman video tape their struggle to reel in a prize catch.  

Largetooth Sawfish Declared an Endangered Species

Largetooth Sawfish Declared an Endangered Species

Press Release by Shark Advocates International. WASHINGTON, July 13, 2011 U.S. government will grant strong protection for rare shark-like ray. Shark Advocates International is applauding the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) decision to list largetooth sawfish (Pristisperotteti) under the U.S. Endangered Species Act (ESA). Largetooth sawfish occur in coastal waters and rivers in Mexico, Central

Grey nurse shark conservation review underway in New South Wales Australia

Grey nurse shark conservation review underway in New South Wales Australia

ABC NEWS July 12, 2011 A review of grey nurse shark protection moves to Coffs Harbour today, Tuesday July 12, 2011. The O’Farrell government has revoked fishing bans off South West Rocks and rolled-back management zones in the Solitary Islands Marine Park. The department of Primary Industries’ Sarah Fairfull says more review sessions are at

France: Dead Hammerhead Shark found in Mediterranean Sea

France: Dead Hammerhead Shark found in Mediterranean Sea

12 July 2011 According to the French media, the carcass of a big hammerhead shark (Sphyrna spp.) was found on the shore of a small cove at Cap Corse, a 40 km long peninsula located at the northern part of Corsica Island. The badly decomposed shark, which was reported to be 4 metres in length,

Australia Shark Alert ! 2.5 m Bull Shark caught in Noosa Waters canals

Australia Shark Alert ! 2.5 m Bull Shark caught in Noosa Waters canals

11th July 2011. Shark alert! Authorities are trying to catch up to 4 monster bull sharks trapped in a highly prestigious canal estate at Noosa.        

California Academy of Sciences researchers worry about shark population in the Philippines

California Academy of Sciences researchers worry about shark population in the Philippines

Please see the related article in our News Section ( New Shark Species Discovered in Philippines ).  

Taiwan fishermen to be asked to bring in sharks intact

Taiwan fishermen to be asked to bring in sharks intact

10 July 2011 By Jamie Wang, Focus Taiwan News Channel. Taiwan will next year become the first Asian country to ban fishermen from bringing in dismembered sharks, as part of efforts to prevent finning, a local report said Sunday. Taiwan’s Fisheries Agency (FA) under the Council of Agriculture expects to implement a new regulation to

Shark Fishing in Ecuador

Shark Fishing in Ecuador

08 July 2011, GALAPAGOS BLOG. In 2007 President Rafael Correa overturned the law prohibiting the sale of shark fins and shark meat making it legal for fishermen who “accidently” catch sharks while conducting other fishing activity.  As a result thousands of sharks are killed each year and sold to Hong Kong or other parts of Asia

Shark News Video: Teenager treated for suspected shark attack in Colombia

Shark News Video: Teenager treated for suspected shark attack in Colombia

Please see the related article in our News Section (HERE).    

Sixgill Sharks caught in Spain

Sixgill Sharks caught in Spain

Date: reported on 06 July 2011. Location: Spain (Mediterranean Sea). A fisherman from Begur, a town in the province of Girona, made an impressive catch when he hauled up a big bluntnose sixgill shark (Hexanchus griseus). But the Spanish media has wrongly identified the shark as a basking shark (‘tiburon peregrino’ ). According to the

Oceana Applauds Chile for Banning Shark Finning

Oceana Applauds Chile for Banning Shark Finning

Press Release Dustin Cranor ( OCEANA Senior Manager, Campaign Communications ). 06 July 2011 Today, the Chilean National Congress passed legislation that completely bans shark finning. The bill, promoted by Oceana, requires every shark that fishermen catch to be landed with their fins naturally attached. The President of Chile is expected to sign the legislation

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