Current methods of baiting, hooking and filming sharks, rays and other large fish are invasive and costly and require teams of scientists spending much time at sea. The new study published in Scientific Reports shows that a sample of seawater can provide the identifiable tracks of numerous species of shark.
Complete Article From the publisher.New Zealand has ruled the practice illegal after mounting public pressure – but it can be a valuable and effective conservation tool Earlier this month the New Zealand court of appeal […]
Complete Article From the publisher.Shark diving tourism is a growing industry estimated to be worth more than $25.5 million annually in Australia.
Complete Article From the publisher.Fishing countries gathered for the annual meeting of the General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM) have adopted a European Union proposal to strengthen the regional ban on shark finning.