Researchers hope the information the robots collect on where larvae move will improve monitoring of ocean health and better inform the design of future Marine Protected Areas.
There might be Greenland sharks alive today that were born in Shakespeare's time.
A century after the 1916 Jersey Shore attacks, sharks are more threatened than ever—by us.
Between 2011 and 2015, this small island suffered 13% of the world's fatal shark attacks.
That's one way to stop poachers.
Reunion Island residents are taking shark research and attack-prevention measures into their own hands, an attempt at a more symbiotic relationship.
Reunion Island is basically paradise. But as we learned, every paradise has a boogeyman. Here, it's sharks.
The hammerhead-shaped, zipper-teethed mouth of the Atopentatus was used to scrape algae off rocks and slurp it up.
Scientists are trying to uncover why so many marine species glow.
Researchers say tsunamis could be a genuine risk for the UK.