Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Shark Bytes - March 25, 2015

Cape Fur Seal eating a Blue Shark

Killer seals develop a taste for shark guts
It's like Jaws but, this time, the shark is on the menu. In an incident that turns the phrase "shark attack" on its head, a seal has repeatedly attacked, ...
Dead baby whale removed, but sharks remain off Maui beach
Maui County Ocean Safety officials are warning beachgoers Tuesday about sharks feeding on a whale carcass off Kite Beach near the Kahului airport ...
How Do You Feed a Nurse Shark?
Whilst on a trip to Xcaret, Mexico, Paulo had the chance to witness a nurse shark being fed by a handler. The man seems at ease with the entire ...
Fisheries officers investigate Albany man who caught 4m tiger shark
Brendon Hilder was visited by two officers this morning after media reports showed the four-metre shark he landed on Shelley Beach near Albany.
Healy residents see shark attack while vacationing in Hawaii
The shark attack victim recounted the attack in a news article: “The water around me was about four or five feet deep,” he said. “I was looking out to sea ...

Expert says its a great white, but boat 'attack' an accident
Daniel Fleming believes this same shark attacked his boat twice within six months near Pottsville. Photo: contributed by Daniel Fleming Daniel ...
Boardriders to develop new 'shark watch' site
MEMBERS of the community will be able to alert surfers to the presence of sharks through a new website being developed by a boardriding club.
Photo Identification of Sharks
To initially assess the two shark populations and investigate how the natural resources are partitioned between and within these species.
Bethany Hamilton to meet Palm Desert child who lost leg
On Oct. 31, 2003, Hamilton, then 13 years old, was attacked by a 14-foot tiger shark in Hawaii while surfing off Kauai's North Shore. But even though ...
Great White Sharks of Gansbaai: No hooking, no handling, no harm.
Several of us spent the day on an outing with Marine Dynamics out of Gansbaii to see Great White Sharks near Dyer Island. We anchored in an easy ...

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