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Nightmare on Paradise Island - Nightmare on Paradise Island is the upcoming new novel from young adult author KA van Wyk. This is her first writing collaboration with Annemarie Hegeler.
White Sharks - Magnificent, Mysterious and Misunderstood - If you're interested in Great White Sharks then Dirk Schmidt's book is for you. It would make a super gift for any shark fan too.
Shark Anatomy - Our shark anatomy page shows you what goes where, and what it does.
Shark Senses - Some shark senses are like ours, only much better, while others are unique to these amazing fish.
Shark Glossary - Our shark glossary will help you out if there are terms on our site that you’re not sure of.
Shark Reproduction - Shark reproduction - interesting, varied, and sometimes downright scary.
Angel Sharks - Members of the Angel Shark family, or Squatinidae, were once known as Monkfish due to their apparent resemblance to monks.
Bullhead Sharks - Heterodontidae means different teeth and reflects the fact that these Bullhead sharks have very different front and back teeth. Let's learn more.
Basking Sharks - The Basking Shark is the second biggest fish in the world after the Whale Shark. Let's take a look at this fascinating creature.
Cow Sharks - The cow shark family, or hexanchidae, are among the most primitive of all living sharks. Let's find out why.
Frilled Sharks - The frilled shark family, or chlamydoselachidae, are primitive sharks and were once thought to be extinct. Don't let the name fool you. These guys ain't pretty.
Hammerhead Sharks -The Hammerhead Shark is an awesome oddity of the oceans. Let's check him out.
Kitefin Sharks - Dalatiidae, or the Kitefin Shark family, has a pretty scary member - the Cookiecutter Shark.
Mackerel Sharks - The family Lamnidae, or mackerel sharks, contains some of the fastest swimmers in the ocean.
Megamouth Sharks - The Megamouth shark was only discovered in 1976 and is still one of the great mysteries of the ocean. What do we know about it?
Requiem Sharks - Carcharhinidae, or the requiem sharks, is one of the biggest shark families and also contains the only freshwater shark species.
Saw Sharks - The Saw Shark family contains some of the oddest looking sharks. Here are some fascinating facts about them.
Sleeper Sharks - The sleeper shark, or somniosidae family, has some fascinating members. Here are the fishy facts about this family.
Thresher Sharks - Thresher sharks are unmistakable with that huge upper lobe on the caudal fin. Let's find out more about them.
Whale Sharks - The whale shark, known as the gentle giant of the ocean, is one of the most incredible fish out there. Let's go and meet him.
Diving with Sharks - Diving with sharks is an experience of a lifetime. If you ever get the opportunity, grab it with both hands.
Shark Behaviour - Understanding shark behaviour is essential if you plan to interact with them. Shark body language can tell you a lot about their mood.
Save Our Sharks - Let’s work together to save our sharks – one small step at a time.
Tell Your Story - Would you like to share your knowledge about sharks? Great, find out how you can submit your story or tip here.
World Oceans Day - World Oceans Day is all about ocean conservation. What can you do?
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