Visit the Florida Museum of Natural History to explore many areas of research, including shark biology, ecology, and behavior. Search this site for illustrations and photos of sharks.
IUCN Red List
The World Conservation Union assesses the conservation status of species, subspecies, varieties, and selected subpopulations on a global scale to highlight animals threatened with extinction and promote their conservation. This site lists more than 300 shark species.
Why do hammerhead sharks have such unusually shaped heads? Explore this site for the latest research on hammerheads.
Jim Abernethy's Scuba Adventures
This site—from a diving veteran—offers charters for dive encounters with sharks and other species off the coast of Palm Beach, Florida, and in the waters of the Bahamas.
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