Sharks: The Elders of the OceanChristina Briegleb Dinosaurs have long fascinated scientists, eager children, and curious adults alike. As relicts of the past, they have captivated our imagination and we […]Read More
Scientists evaluate the health risk assessment of globally consumed shark meat and shark fins.
Eating shark meat and shark fins are bad for sharks, but it is also bad for human health.”Read More
If the great white was eating the same kinds of prey, then perhaps the smaller sharks competed with the megalodon for food. If so, they might have contributed to its eventual demise, alongside potential changes in other aspects of the ecosystem, like climate. This evidence helps to support the theory that competition with the great white, might have been one factor that removed the mighty megalodon forever from the high seas.Read More
Scientists Forecast Dire Consequences for Marine Ecosystems at Current Trends of Extinction, Loss of Sharks Have Greatest Consequence An international team of researchers examined the roles of marine megafauna species […]Read More
A conversation on sharks, mantas, whales and the Endangered Species Act. Watch the entire program Facebook Live discussion at 4PM PDT, Q/A with experts on manta rays, whales, sharks, sea […]Read More
In 2020 Shark Stewards adopted a new logo to represent our focus on protecting endangered sharks in the next decade. This elegant design contributed by South African artist Katerina Sonntagova […]Read More