sharks

Basking shark behaviours are being studied by scientists
Data gathered by scientists studying basking sharks in a world first reveals groups forming on the seabed.
A juvenile angelshark
Citizen science volunteers are needed for a Wales-based angelshark conservation project.
Seen from below, the white bellies of lemon sharks help them to disappear in bri
Lemon sharks have personalities, make friends, use body language and learn tricks. They’re forcing us to rethink how we see big sharks, says Helen Scales.
A new study has discovered a potential reason why whale sharks congregate in colossal numbers at just a handful of global locations.
Hammerhead shark
Science writer Liz Kalaugher analyses the unmistakable hammerhead shark.
Basking shark
BBC Wildlife contributor Cat Gordon from The Shark Trust talk about sharks around Britain. 
Scalloped hammerhead shark
Cat Gordon from The Shark Trust answers your wild question.
Whale shark
Discover more about the incredible diversity of sharks of the volanic archipelago.
Great white
Researchers suggest that Jaws, and even nature documentaries, may have a lot to answer for when it comes to shark conservation. 
Greenland shark
The mystery of the lifespan of Greenland sharks has finally been unveiled thanks to new research. 
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