Using shark teeth to decipher evolutionary processes

From embryo to turtle cracker: a team led by palaeobiologist Julia Türtscher from the University of Vienna studied the multiple changes in tooth shape in …

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Tiger shark migrations altered by climate change

A new study led by scientists at the University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science revealed that the locations and timing …

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Study finds fish rubbing up against their predators — sharks

While rubbing up against a shark sounds like a risky move if you’re a fish, a collaborative research team led by the University of Miami …

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Some shark species are tougher than others when it comes to surviving catch and release, study finds

A new landmark study of over 300 sharks found that some species are extremely resilient to the stress of being caught and released in commercial …

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