A shark with barbed wire for skin?! Yikes! These sharks aren't called Prickly for nothing!
Sharks have been around for 450 million years, but they haven't always looked as they do now. This week's Featured Species highlights one of the earliest modern shark forms to be found in the fossil record: the Broadnose Sevengill Shark.
Ever heard of a shark that puffs up like a balloon to defend itself? If you're a Swellshark, it's all in a days work!
A biolumenscent filter feeding epieplagic shark? Sounds like something from a Sci-Fi movie, but in truth, it's one of the most elusive shark species ever known: the Megamouth Shark.
Ray or Shark? This flat shark may look like a species of ray, but make no mistake, the Eastern Angel Shark is all shark!
This week is going to the dogs... the Spiny Dogfish that is! Spend some time with one of the smaller species of shark who can teach us an important lesson about population management!
This week's featured species is possibly the most deadly shark of all time: the Oceanic Whitetip Shark. Find out what makes this species so formidable!