Another month gone by, another round of amazing snapshots from our amazing CamOps! FIRST PLACE Unforgettable, CamOp Spish RUNNER UPS SHARK, CamOp Kathy Zebras, CamOp Kim HONORABLE MENTIONS House Inspectors, CamOp Pann Pretzel, CamOp Katie Of course we’re related! CamOp Bill View more incredible snapshots here!
Ocearch, the a non-profit organization doing global research on great white sharks and other large apex predators, tracks sharks to learn about their mysterious behavior. Katharine the Great White Shark weighs 2,300 lbs and is more than 14 feet long! And she is now off of the Florida coast after long travels. You can follow Ocearch’s updates
At 2 PM PST/5 PM EST, the sharks on the Aquarium of the Pacific Shark Lagoon Live Cam are fed daily. Join us in one hour on the Live Cam to get up close and personal – – from a safe distance – – for this shark frenzy! The Shark Lagoon features sandbar, sand tiger, zebra,
When hunting, they can “sense” prey, unseen, up to a foot away. Like most sharks, sand tigers are able to detect electrical signals emitted by potential prey in the water column or substrate with specialized electrosensory organs on the sides of their head and lower jaw called ampullae of Lorenzini that enable them to find
11.5 foot zebra shark will have a tail that’s nearly 6 feet long – or half it’s total length! But it’s a flexible body all the way down. This shark can distort its body to squeeze into tiny cracks, and its small mouth allows it to suck up prey between tiny crevices. See the zebra