Sunday, May 15, 2016

Shark News - May 15, 2016

Fire rescue: Woman bitten by shark in Boca Raton
A 23-year-old woman was bitten on the arm by a small nurse shark this afternoon at Red Reef Park in Boca Raton, a fire rescue spokesman said.
DNA Analysis To Help Investigate Mysterious Shark Head In Newport Beach
DNA analysis could help solve the mystery of the decapitated shark head allegedly found on a dock in Newport Beach in Orange County, California, ...
Mary Lee The Great White Shark Headed Toward Fire Island
The famous 16-foot, 3,400-pound great white shark has been lurking off the Long Island coast since Wednesday and she's now headed toward Fire ...
Meet the world's strangest shark
Animals have adapted different ways of capturing their prey, but one of the most unique may be found in a strange-looking shark with a distinctive ...
Big catch under investigation
THIS is the moment a young fisherman poses for photos with a protected 4.5m tiger shark, landed after a 90-minute fight using a rod and reel at ...
Delmarva gets another great white shark visit
Another shark has visited the waters of the Delmarva Peninsula, but it's ... Lydia, a female great white shark tagged by OCResearch, had its tracker ...
Whale shark is social media star, in life and then death
It all started a few weeks ago when images popped up on popular Chinese social media site, Weibo, featuring an “old friend”: a whale shark who had ...
Video captures 6-foot shark off Bolsa Chica State Beach
Fox 11 was shooting video from the air Thursday morning when they cruised along the Bolsa Chica surf line and saw a 6-foot shark hanging out.
Pacific angel shark documented for first time in BC waters
The shark is so unusual looking that false sightings are unlikely. ... Officially, 14 species of sharks have now been documented in B.C. waters.
Hammerhead Shark Likely Doomed by Woman's Need for Pics
(Newser) – A Florida conservation group says a woman's desire to pose for photos with a hammerhead shark effectively sentenced the protected ...
Mako shark beaches itself, causes a stir on Panama City Beach
PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) - Beachgoers in Panama City Beach who noticed a Mako Shark washed ashore on Panama City Beach.
Watch Rare Video of False Killer Whales Hunting a Shark
Life in the ocean doesn't always go swimmingly—not even for sharks. As 7 News reports, this video, captured by an amateur drone hobbyist, captures ...

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