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World’s Most Dangerous Cafe

December 3, 2017

Many aspects of great white sharks are still unknown. One of the biggest mysteries about the great white shark is the behavior observed by the Pacific Ocean population that travels from California to the waters […]

Do sea stars regenerate body parts?

November 27, 2017

By Angelica Romero Blancas Regeneration is one of the most famous abilities that sea stars possess. They can lose a limb if attacked, leaving it behind for their predator, slowly fleeing before growing the limb […]

Why the Air Force copies sharks

November 26, 2017

Every country’s air force copies sharks when it comes to painting nearly every airplane, especially fighter jets. Countershading saves lives, both in the water and up in the air. Air forces of every nation copy […]

Sharks of the Mississippi River

November 19, 2017

Sharks in the Mississippi River? You bet. On Sept. 8, 1937, fishermen caught a bull shark in the upper Mississippi River north of St. Louis near Alton, Illinois. The subadult shark weighted 84 pounds (38 […]

What is smallest cetacean?

October 30, 2017

By Amber Friend A vaquita is the smallest living cetacean (pronounced sĭ-tā′shən). Cetaceans are made up of whales, dolphins and porpoises. Vaquitas are the smallest species of the porpoise. The vaquita may weigh up to […]

Why are vaquitas disappearing?

October 23, 2017

By Amber Friend Why are Vaquita Disappearing? Vaquitas largest threat is a large fishing net called a “gillnet”. Fishermen use the gillnet to catch shrimp and fish. Sometimes the fisherman unintentionally catch the vaquitas in […]

How sharks and trees age alike

October 22, 2017

Yes, sharks and trees age alike. In fact, turtles age in a similar way, too. Determining the age of a shark is not an easy process. The most accurate way to tell how old a […]

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