Mystery Monsters of the Deep Dark Sea | Mysterious Universe
We live on a planet mostly plunged into cold darkness. Most people know that two-thirds of the Earth’s surface is covered with water, but have you ever stopped to think about how most of that area lies in the deep dark where no sunlight ever penetrates? The fact is that the majority of our planet... Read more »
Absurd Creature of the Week: The Mystery of the Arctic's Toxic, Lethargic Shark
You definitely don't want to eat the Icelandic delicacy hákarl, but the shark it comes from eats ... pretty much everything.
Our ID guides provide a rapid and accurate key for identifying sharks, skates and rays in British and Irish waters, as well as 19 other species of shark recorded elsewhere in the Northeast Atlantic.
Greenland Sharks - the Slowest Sharks in the World
Not only are Greenland sharks the slowest moving sharks in the world, there is every possibility they are the largest predatory sharks as well. Here are some fascinating facts about the sleeper sharks who may also hold the record for being the oldest living sharks in the world, suspected to live for 200 years or more.
The Oldest on Earth? | Save Our Seas Magazine
We don’t know much about what Greenland sharks do, but we do know that whatever they do, they do it painfully slowly – and this results in an astonishingly long lifespan. Peter Bushnell and his colleagues recently published a landmark study in Science that reveals just how long these enigmatic sharks live.